Singer/Songwriter Katie Rush makes her video debut with “Stage Life,” an indie-pop love song dedicated to music and Brooklyn. The synth-heavy “Stage Life” is a nectarous pop confection; one bite and it oozes 80’s electro heartache and 90’s club escapism.
“I’m excited to share my very first music video, the first track off of my upcoming album of the same name, ‘Stage Life,’” said Katie Rush. “The song is a fun, upbeat track, about coming into my own as a singer and really enjoying life.”
A singer since childhood with a passion for all things musical, a plunge deep into the burgeoning Brooklyn artistic community refined Katie’s craft. The video, directed by Teresa Kudarauskas, was made to be as much as a fantasy about the “good life” of a successful music career, as a manifestation of that fantasy. It’s meant to lift spirits and claim good fortune; it’s a Miami-Vice-cool sleek pop gem.
With producer Sam Mehran and co-writers Mehran and Zak Mering Katie crafted her first album, the Law of Attraction EP, an ode to pursuing dreams and navigating the perils and sometimes hilarity of romance. In layered, frenetic melodies, the upcoming Stage Life LP pushes the intrinsic questions asked by Law of Attraction and it finds some answers. Relishing in the process of individual growth, she finds a bit of success in love and recognizing one’s self-worth.
With upcoming performances at NYC venues H0L0 and Trans-Pecos, the “Stage Life” video is a bold maturation of Katie Rush’s musical pursuits and a perfect song with which to celebrate the beginning of spring.