ZANDER HAWLEY SHARES NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “UNTIL WE BOTH GET BORED” WITH ATWOOD MAGAZINE

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ZANDER HAWLEY SHARES NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “UNTIL WE BOTH GET BORED”
DEBUT RECORD WHEN I GET BLUE OUT NOW
“What makes Hawley stand out from contemporaries…
[is] how acutely self-aware it is.” – Noisey
Nashville-based, Los Angeles-bred singer/songwriter Zander Hawley is thrilled to share the new music video for “Until We Both Get Bored” off his debut full-length, When I Get Blue, which came out last month via independent release. It’s premiering today on Atwood Magazine, who praise the video for how it  “perfectly depicts that reel of memories that plays over and over in your head while dealing with a painful and inevitable breakup.” Filmed over the course of a few weekends in Nashville, director Joey Brodnax made sure to never stop rolling, so as to capture more genuine, behind-the-scenes moments between Zander and his love interest. “We didn’t slate between scenes, we left the shot-lists and bullhorns at home,” Brodnax shares, adding that “many of the shots that made it into the final cut are the moments just before or after we started each scene.” You can watch the video below.
Watch the video via Atwood Magazine or YouTube
Stream When I Get Blue on Noisey or Spotify
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Hawley began falling in love with the musical landscape that surrounded the city he calls home when he was about 16. In befriending and coming of age alongside other LA-based musicians like Phoebe Bridgers and Harrison Whitford, he wound up at the center of the city’s youthful singer/songwriter scene. He began his recording career with Honeywater, his duo with friend/actor/activist Amandla Stenberg. In the summer of 2015, the band’s eponymous debut EP reached #7 on the iTunes Folk chart. Later that year, Hawley released his first solo EP, I Wish I Was, and moved to Nashville, where he began writing the songs that would come to make up When I Get Blue.
Produced by close friend Marshall Vore (drums for Ryan Adams, production for Korey Dane) and recorded in only two days, When I Get Blue offers listeners a stunning amount of intimacy, giving them a firsthand look into what it’s like to fall in love and find your place in the world, with varying degrees of success in both ventures.
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