Just like The Cosby Show character and namesake of Louis York's new single, we're pretty sure the visuals for "Clair Huxtable" are every man's dream. The video for the Claude Kelly and Chuck Harmony track opens with a woman scantily clad in lingerie, which sets the tone for the rest of the attire worn by various women in the video. Whether in a coffee shop or library, the ladies just can't resist taking off their clothes and showing their skills whenever the men of Louis York appear. The clip shows the opposite of the single's lyrics to drive Louis York's point that their dream girl is the opposite of what they see in their everyday lives. They spend the entire video being chased by the half-dressed, not-so-loved interests and end it on a sweet note and locked in the studio, which features a royal photo of their muse, actress Phylicia Rashad as Clair Huxtable.
So perhaps they didn't find their Clair in the video, but the track still suggests she exists. The New York-bred duo's breakout song will appear on their upcoming, self-produced EP Louis York - Masterpiece Theatre Act I, which is due for a late spring release on their own label, Weirdo Workshop. We can also expect to get Act II in the fall, but while we wait on Act I, watch the visuals for "Clair Huxtable" and let us know if and when you find your own.