Greta Isaac is a young singer/songwriter hailing from South Wales who now calls London home. Having made waves earlier this year with the foot-stomping, You, she returned at the end of last month with new single, Comfortable, and today she unveils the accompanying video exclusively through Mahogany.

A superbly crafted, glitchy electro-pop song which marries folk-instrumentation with electronic experimentation, Comfortable marks a change in direction for Greta, whose affinity for folk had always previously been clear in her music. The slightly-unsettling feel of Comfortable, which explores feelings of apathy and selfishness, is expertly matched by the visuals for the song – which finds a family gorging themselves on fried chicken whilst a stream of clips of natural disasters and wars flash up on the TV they’re huddled around.

Watch the video for Comfortable up top and make sure to subscribe to the Mahogany Blog playlist on Spotify to keep up with all our favourite new releases.