Denver artist Doze just released visuals for his track "Outside." The track doesn't fit well into a genre; it sounds like alternative R&B meets indie hip hop. It's weird, quirky, unique, and everything in between. Parts are catchy, and Doze's distorted vocals grow on the listener with every play. Mid-way through the song there is a break for a heavy distortion that doesn't make it any easier to listen to, but does show that Doze is not following any rules with his music. The visuals, originally released by Elevator, see Doze peering through a window at himself as he sings/raps "looking in through my window at my downside." The creative music video, directed by Joe Zalan, accurately brings the lyrics to life. Check out the music video for "Outside" above.