Mayer Hawthorne Releases New Single “Over”

Mayer Hawthorne has released his new single, “Over, a R&B/soul track about a breakup that isn’t quite over yet. CLICK HERE to download/stream. Hawthorne also dropped the accompanying music video for the song today. Directed by Janell Shirtcliff and filmed in Los Angeles, the visual for “Over” showcases an eclectic cast of characters in a vaudeville-style show. Set at a 1940’s speakeasy, this is a place to let your freak flag fly and live your best life; a safe haven with zero judgement. It’s a visual reminder that no matter what you look like, we are all the same – and there is a “freak” in all of us. CLICK HERE to watch the official music video for “Over.”

“This is my favorite song I’ve written in a long time and I’m so stoked for you to finally hear it,” shares Hawthorne. “When you’re done listening, start it OVER.”

This marks the third new single from Hawthorne this year following recent tracks The Game and The Great Divide.” All songs are available via his newly launched label, Big BucksCLICK HERE to watch the official video for “The Game,” inspired by the classic film “The Princess Bride,” and CLICK HERE to watch the ’70s-psychedelic-inspired video for “The Great Divide,” both of which are only one-minute long out of respect for busy schedules and shortening attention spans. “Over” also includes a one-minute video, which will live exclusively on Mayer’s Instagram; CLICK HERE to view the one-minute version of “Over.”

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