Curtis Waters Releases Official Music Video For “Better”

Curtis Waters returns today with the official music video for “Better,” the latest single from his genre-defying debut album ‘Pity Party.’Directed by Logan Fields and filmed in Los Angeles, the video, which premiered today on PAPER, features Curtis in his infectious ode to mental health and self-care. “I hope I get better one day,” he sings in the chorus. “Maybe then you wouldn’t run away. Hope you listen to this some day. But I doubt your feelings would change.”
Watch the video for “Better” HERE.
Last month, Curtis unveiled the music video for his song “Shoe Laces,” co-directed by Curtis and Vancouver-based artist and animator, Jovy Bergen. The colorful and imaginative video (which pays playful homage to the popular live-action/animated children’s series, Blue’s Clues) further cements the talented 21-year-old as the one to watch and break out artist of 2020. 
Watch the “Shoe Laces” video HERE.
Curtis Waters released his debut album, ‘Pity Party’ via his own label (licensed through BMG). Written, produced, performed and mixed by the multi-talented artist, “‘Pity Party’ is an album I started when I was at a very low point in my life when I dropped out of college and moved back home last year.” Curtis shares, “I had a lot of time to think about all my struggles growing up as a brown kid in North America dealing with mental illnesses and the guilt that came with it. It’s about getting better at coping with life. I get a lot of brown kids messaging me telling me I make them feel like they can do anything too, which is awesome. Hopefully people can listen and feel less alone. That would make all the difficulties worth it.”
Listen to ‘Pity Party’ HERE.

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