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STOLAR Releases New Music Video For “F*cked Up Crazy”

After writing two hits singles for Aloe Blacc (Brookyn In the Summer) and Hall & Oatesfeaturing Train (“Philly Forget Me Not“) earlier this year, NYC-based singer/songwriter/poly-genre multi-instrumentalist STOLAR is stepping out from behind the curtain again with the release of his new single and vertical video for “F*cked Up Crazy”.  Premiered last Friday via GroundSounds, the intimate and tech-savvy video features Brooke JohnsonMiss Alaska USA 2018 and is shot in a vertical style that emulates an Instagram story, allowing the viewer to get an inside look at the daily goings-on of Stolar’s hectic life.  Watch the video here.

Speaking on the video, Stolar says “I think this video is about REAL life. It is literally a night with a new person I met in New Orleans. She is also Miss Alaska USA and a mental health advocate. It’s real, raw, no bullshit or structuring. It’s just a peek into life. I think it comments on how complicated the balance between real life and technology is. This is the new real, even though it’s digital; it’s life experience. I wanted to share this part of myself with the world so they could see that it’s okay to be a little crazy and wild, if that’s who you are.  It doesn’t make you ‘good’ or ‘bad’. Crazy, sad, happy, ugly, messy are all beautiful things. I want to celebrate them all.”

“F*cked Up Crazy’ is really about caving in to be with someone who you know will completely tear you apart,” Stolar explains about the song’s meaning. “It’s a love story where I’m convinced that this person and I are perfect for each other since we are both ‘f*cked up.’ The truth is, however, that we are just being manipulated by the dark side of our minds because we don’t want to be alone.”

Stolar will be having a showcase at NYC’s Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2 on Thursday, September 20th. You can buy tickets for the event here.  “F*cked Up Crazy” is now available to purchase and stream.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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