Brooklyn-based musician Charles Fauna has unveiled a new single and video that follows the excellent 'Abandon', which he shared a month ago. 'Restless Child', whose visuals we are happy to premiere here at The 405 today, denounces maturity and refinement of style, showcasing a visible passion for one's métier.

"'Restless Child' is a song about learning to accept the sometimes negative or uncomfortable aspects of one’s self," he explains. "I imagine that the voice in this song embodies my inner child: energetic and over-stimulated while also confused by the nature of concepts like family, stability and loneliness. No matter how young or out of control I felt, no matter what others said or did, I had the resources to be okay on my own. I began to see my restless nature a gift rather than a hindrance."

"The video naturally became an exploration of anxiety and mental health," Fauna says of the Rachel Kang-directed clip. "We imagined a physical manifestation of an individual’s internal struggle; a stress made real by the power of belief, set against the backdrop of a long abandoned convent."

Watch it below.