Miguel appears to be taking advantage of his new renown.
Hot on the heels of his head-turning performance last week at the
Unlike "Adorn" and many of the steamy love songs on Miguel's acclaimed 2012 disc "Kaleidoscope Dream," the eerie "Candles in the Sun" ponders a laundry list of societal ills, including "babies on crack," "white-collar war crime" and "mindless bureaucracy." And the video offers stark black-and-white images to go along with them, intercut with footage of Miguel flailing around a soundstage in a fashionable pea coat.
Next month, the singer is set to join
Watch the video for "Candles in the Sun" below.