HARLOE Strips "Crush On You" to Its Core in Gorgeous Acoustic Rendition [Premiere]
For years, HARLOE expressed her creative passion as a songwriter. It was not until she realized that she is meant for so much more that she stepped into her own artistry as a singer. The Queens native really does create an atmospheric experience with just her vocals, and it takes our breath away every time. Ahead of her forthcoming EP, Rivers Run Dry, set for release on Mar 13, HARLOE is treating us to a captivating acoustic video for "Crush On You."
On "Crush On You," HARLOE reflected,
"'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."
Filmed at her recent LA show at the Resident, the new "Crush On You" video features HARLOE rocking out on the keytar and gazing straight into the mesmerized crowd. As HARLOE sings about love lost, she reminds us that it is perfectly normal to deeply miss someone you once felt so strongly about. In just the "Crush On You" performance video, we can sense HARLOE's nerves fade away once she finds her confidence onstage.
On the acoustic version of "Crush On You," HARLOE exclusively shared with us,
"Stripping down 'Crush On You' came really naturally because it was kind of back into the way it was written. Simple chords and the vocals that glued it together. It felt so good and honest to sing it that way. Recorded it as one take, to keep it sincere."
Ones To Watch has your first look at HARLOE's acoustic video of "Crush On You" below: