Anna Shoemaker Premieres New Video

Anna Shoemaker recently released her incredible debut EP East Side, out now on 5towns Records, and today she shares the music video for East Side-single “Want Something (Say Something).” Watch the video via FLOOD.

Anna Shoemaker explains “Want Something (Say Something)”:

“I think being in a relationship with someone who doesn’t know what they want or doesn’t know how to communicate what they want is really painful. I dated someone in college who really messed with my head like that and it broke me a bit. I wrote “Want Something, Say Something” years later when I was recording my EP, “East Side,” in Nashville. I’d had enough time to step away from the situation, so writing this song was my way of saying what I wanted to say without actually speaking to the person who hurt me. It was more for myself than anyone.

“I shot the video with my friend Chloe Corner. We wanted the video to be of me making my way to someone’s apartment to represent the song as sort of a pre thought to whatever conversation is going to take place between me and the person I’m going to, if that makes sense? I loved working with Chloe on this because I’ve known her since I was really young. Since this song is so personal to me I think working with her made it really easy to be emotional and do what I needed to do to represent the song well.”

Anna Shoemaker

East Side

  1. Too High

  2. East Side

  3. What Am I Doing To Me

  4. Want Something (Say Something)

  5. Liquor Store

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