Toto frontman Joseph Williams has released a music video for his new single “Wilma Fingadoux,” the third track from his forthcoming studio album Denizen Tenant, due out on February 26, via The Players Club / Mascot Label Group.
Williams, who directed and produced the visual, says “Wilma Fingadoux” is the latest among several musical messages, songs and poems he has dedicated to his mother. It is a “reflection of the painful yet wonderful place in my memory where I can speak to her,” he adds.
Williams was just 13 when his mother passed away at the age of 41.
Williams’ daughters Hannah Ruick and Ray Williams also sing along on the “Wilma Fingadoux” track.
“Their voices, their presence, makes me so proud of my beautiful girls and their unparalleled talent. And I feel relief also because in this way they too can speak to her through music the way I always have,” Williams said.
“My mom had such a sharp sense of humor. The title of the song is the punch line of one of my favorite jokes she used to tell,” he added. “She taught me how to feel funny deep inside! This lyric is my release letter. Miss you Momma! Xojoe.”
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