Daley Waits Out Love’s Storm In ‘Until The Pain Is Gone’

We’ve been swaying and body rolling to Daley and Jill Scott‘s melancholy yet sensual new duet “Until the Pain is Gone” for the past week. Without keeping us waiting too long, there’s now a music video for our viewing pleasure, and Daley is giving us all the feels.

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We find the cool-haired crooner entering a diner on a rainy night. There are a couple patrons inside the spot as Daley pulls up to the counter and pours his heart out to the waitress as she pours him a cup of blue coffee. The neon sign for the Spectrum Diner illuminates the scene also lit by blue, pink and purple lights. The lighting sets a chill mood to match the vibe of the song. Daley sings his opening verse, but when it’s time for Jill to chime in, she’s noticeably absent. The focus turns to a couple in the restaurant who seem to be having an awkward date at first but eventually warm up and begin loving on each other.

Although Jill doesn’t join Daley at the diner, there is a random cameo from model Shaun Ross. At the clip’s end, Daley leaves the diner just as he came, but now the rain has held up providing a metaphor for the song itself. Take a peek at “Until the Pain is Gone” right here, and keep your eyes peeled for more news about Daley’s upcoming sophomore album, The Spectrum, due this year.

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