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‘Crush On You’ Remix Music Video – HARLOE

Music

Jun 26, 2020

Today is the release of HARLOE’s ‘Crush On You’ remix music video! The video showcases the DIY creativity that can come out of social distancing. On April 22nd (which also happened to be Earth Day), HARLOE woke up at 3:30am and drove alone out to Lancaster Poppy Fields in California to film the video where she spent hours in the fields with her iPhone mounted to a tripod while dancing around, playing with angles, and scouting cool locations, encompassing spring/summer vibes!

 

‘Crush On You’ comes as a summer daydream with its airy vocals and a melancholy backtrack. “‘Crush On You’ is meant to tell the story of what happens when love evolves and changes and you let it go. Certain people come into your life and when they leave, something will always remind you of them.” Known for giving a nostalgic twist to modern day pop, HARLOE gives her fans a bit of hope in this track about love and loss that can resonate with all listeners.

 

Alongside the video, HARLOE has released the fifth and final collaboration with Latroit for “Cut Me Loose.” The re-imagined version trades keys for a drum fill, boasting HARLOE’s chilling
powerhouse vocals as she vulnerably sings about love and the power that partners can hold on each other.

 

This release comes shortly after HARLOE’s debut EP ‘Rivers Run Dry’. Produced by Grammy-winning, multi-platinum producer/songwriter Fred Ball (Rihanna, Eminem, Ariana Grande, Beyoncé & Jay Z), the EP features HARLOE’s previously released singles “We’re All Gonna Lose,” “Crush On You,” “One More Chance,” and title track “Rivers Run Dry” as it touches on themes of loss, renewal, and the cherished memories that comes with the end of relationships. HARLOE is a cut-to-the-bone songwriter and badass producer who earned a Grammy nomination for her co-writing on Ella Mai’s 2019 self-titled album and co-writing/production on Kelly Clarkson’s 2017 album, Meaning of Life. She also wrote and was featured on Robin Schulz’ “All This Love,” which has garnered over 67 million streams.

 

 

Keep up with the Grammy nominated artist on Instagram and Twitter right now! (Go on… they’re clickable.)

 

You can also check out ‘Cut Me Loose’ right now!