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STOLAR Releases New Music Video For “F*cked Up Crazy”

After writing two hits singles for Aloe Blacc (Brookyn In the Summer) and Hall & Oatesfeaturing Train (“Philly Forget Me Not“) earlier this year, NYC-based singer/songwriter/poly-genre multi-instrumentalist STOLAR is stepping out from behind the curtain again with the release of his new single and vertical video for “F*cked Up Crazy”.  Premiered last Friday via GroundSounds, the intimate and tech-savvy video features Brooke JohnsonMiss Alaska USA 2018 and is shot in a vertical style that emulates an Instagram story, allowing the viewer to get an inside look at the daily goings-on of Stolar’s hectic life.  Watch the video below:

Speaking on the video, Stolar says “I think this video is about REAL life. It is literally a night with a new person I met in New Orleans. She is also Miss Alaska USA and a mental health advocate. It’s real, raw, no bullshit or structuring. It’s just a peek into life. I think it comments on how complicated the balance between real life and technology is. This is the new real, even though it’s digital; it’s life experience. I wanted to share this part of myself with the world so they could see that it’s okay to be a little crazy and wild, if that’s who you are.  It doesn’t make you ‘good’ or ‘bad’. Crazy, sad, happy, ugly, messy are all beautiful things. I want to celebrate them all.”

“Fcked Up Crazy’ is really about caving in to be with someone who you know will completely tear you apart,”Stolar explains about the song’s meaning.“It’s a love story where I’m convinced that this person and I are perfect for each other since we are both ‘fcked up.’ The truth is, however, that we are just being manipulated by the dark side of our minds because we don’t want to be alone.”

Stolar will be having a showcase at NYC’s Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2 on Thursday, September 20th. You can buy tickets for the event here.  “F*cked Up Crazy” is now available to purchase and stream.

 

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