I'm not sure if I'm more transfixed by the melodies or the visuals but there's something about the new track from Texas-based Roger Sellers, aka Bayonne, that's just plain awesome.

According to Stone, the video for 'Appeals' is an experiment in "creating the illusion of growing crystals using household objects like ziploc bags, cellophane, and plastic trinkets. We shot a lot of real crystals as well, attempting to blur the line between the organic and artificial materials."

Talking about the track, Bayonne said: "'Appeals' was one of the first songs I ever composed using a sample cut completely from an older song. The piano loop at the beginning was cut from a song that I recorded when I was about 17. I liked the way the piano sounded, so I wrote a whole new song around that loop."

Bayonne will be touring Europe throughout October including a stop at London's Shacklewell Arms on October 20. His debut album Primitives is released on October 14 via City Slang.