New Music Friday: Paige King Johnson, Concrete Castles, Marlo The Barbarian, Gracie Abrams, Jack Savoretti - Feat Nile Rodgers, Morgan Heritage, Parson James & JoJo

Country music singer/songwriter Paige King Johnson has released a lyric video and music video for her latest single, "She Holds This House Together" written for her mom just in time for Mother's Day. Behind beautiful words, the lyric video features Johnson enjoying a nice North Carolina afternoon reminiscing all that her mother has done for her and how thankful she is for the woman who has 'held her house together.'

 

Alternative band Concrete Castles is excited to share their latest single “Half Awake,” out now on Velocity Records / Equal Vision Records. The band has also released a new music video for the song – directed by Daniel Carberry (Dua Lipa, Skylar Grey, Betty Who, Rise Against).

Up-and-coming artist Marlo The Barbarian has shared her new music video for “Real Friends Fake Friends.” On the track, Marlo says, “This was a hard song for me to write about stepping into my own life. It's been a long year of learning how to say no and realizing who my actual people are. I'm done people-pleasing and allowing others to use my kindness against me.”

Songwriter Gracie Abrams shares her poignant new single, "Mess It Up." Directed by Matty Peacock, the video for "Mess It Up" finds Abrams attempting to bake a cake and repeatedly dropping the gorgeously frosted final product on the ground. The song was produced by and co-written with her frequent collaborator Blake Slatkin.

UK singer/songwriter Jack Savoretti debuts the video for his irresistible new single “Who’s Hurting Who” — a disco-fueled pop track featuring the legendary Nile Rodgers. In creating the video for “Who’s Hurting Who,” Savoretti worked with famed director Giorgio Testi (The Rolling Stones, The Killers, Gorillaz, The 1975, Amy Winehouse, Adele).

The 2x Grammy-award-winning reggae band, Morgan Heritage dropped the video for their new single, "The World is Yours" on YouTube, off their forthcoming album, "Legacy." Visuals showcase live footage from across the world, featuring the band at Reggae Rotterdam 2019, Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado, and performance shots at Heritage Estates in Saint Thomas, Jamaica.

Multi-platinum selling singer and songwriter Parson James is back with the official music video for “Dirty Laundry,” a special collaboration with GRAMMY-winning artist, JoJo. The video was filmed on location at “Elsewhere” in Topanga Canyon, CA and directed by Alfredo Flores, offering an intimate look at their longtime friendship.

 

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