The Stolen Premiere “Stuck” Music Video

The boys of the pop-rock outfit, The Stolen, are exclusively premiering their music video for recent single “Stuck” today via Substream Magazine! Give it a watch here:

Stuck,” released back in September via Revival Recordings, is available now on all major streaming services. The Stolen recorded the track at The Barber Shop Studios, and it was produced and mixed by guitarist Rob Chiarappa, engineered by Brody Grief, and mastered by Robin Schmidt. “Stuck” was the single preceding “Rooftop,” the band’s recent collaboration with Sony recording artist, Jake Miller, which premiered on Billboard back in November.

The video for “Stuck,” shot by Stone Wertz and co-edited by Joel Mulbah and Wertz, is a tribute to as well as a behind the scenes look at the band’s successful tour that wrapped up earlier this month. On the tour and the video, Dom Cuce, lead vocalist, shares, “For us, touring has been so important as it allows us to connect with our fans. They are extremely dedicated and do everything from waiting out in the rain to hear us play an acoustic set, to having multiple groups of people following days, weeks, and even a month of shows. It’s hard to express in words how much they mean to us. We’re excited to give people a little glimpse at what our life on the road is like.”

Before they honed their songwriting skills to craft inviting pop hooks and kinetic guitar melodies, the four New Jersey natives who make up The Stolen started off as a group of friends who explored their love of music through learning and performing AC/DC songs together, ripping covers of classic rock anthems and Motown tunes at their grade school talent shows.

Upcoming Tour Date(s):

Dec 20 – Millvale, PA @ Mr. Smalls Theater

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