Toronto has seen its influx of talent over the past few years with Drake and Abel (The Weeknd), but now young, up-and-coming artist Pluto aims to make his mark as well. His experimental tracks, like “Temporary Mind” from his Jessica EP, are proof of that. The visuals for this emotionally-candid track begin with nothing but angsty piano strokes and Pluto’s faintly-audible crooning. This then develops into heart-heavy lyrics and deeply-toned descriptions of the lows induced by a relationship that is now long gone. Many know about the emotional distress that comes from an untimely breakup, but Pluto successfully brings these emotions to life. With the help of short film director Peter Hatch, Pluto was able to craft the beautiful, yet disturbing retelling of his tumultuous relationship. The 1950’s/film noir stylized video can be found HERE, viewer discretion is advised.