The new music video for “Let Go” is now streaming HERE and follows Potty Mouth vocalist and guitarist Abby Weems as she ventures through different rooms of the band’s bassist Ally Einbinder‘s vibrant household. Directed, shot safety during the pandemic, and edited by Shereen Lani Younes (filmmaker and host of ‘Ethnically Ambiguous’), Weems is seen in the video wearing a Get Better Records t-shirt, and for those with a keen eye other members of the band and fellow artists on of the ‘Sunday, Someday‘ split make cameos within the video.
Sunday, Someday is a compilation album created by a group of like-minded musicians who began meeting virtually each Sunday after their planned tour together was canceled due to the pandemic. Alt/punk band Nervus (UK), pop/rock trio Potty Mouth (LA), indie/folk/punk songwriter KOJI (PA), singer/songwriter Solstice Rey (PA), and multimedia artist Full on Mone’t (PA) contributed songs to the album, while crew members who would have been on the tour lent their creative and promotional support. Queer-run independent label Get Better Records will release the album on March 26, 2021.
While the album developed initially to support a member’s fundraising efforts for top surgery, when they reached their fundraising goal, the focus shifted to supporting aftercare expenses and LGBTQI+ youth initiatives. In partnership with Harrisburg, PA coffee roaster Little Amps, Get Better Records has launched a pre-order bundle benefitting the LGBT Center of Central PA’s afterschool program by funding acoustic treatment for youth with sensory needs.
This commitment to supporting queer community members is deeply personal for the group, as the bands involved are comprised primarily of LGBTQI+ people, including members who identify as queer, trans, non-binary, and agender.”