With slow-burning croons and smoky ambience, Jedidiah places us into a monochromatic world of tactile pleasures in his new video “Crowd.” The breathy choruses and the fluid melody rushes through your skin while exhaling a misty air. We see Jedidiah letting himself go as the mysterious hands start caressing him. Watch below:
“The whole subject of the song is spontaneity, and that’s exactly how this single came about. Sometimes you work away on a track for weeks or months, but this entire cut was completed, start to finish, in about seven hours. ‘Crowd’ is the result of what happens when you just let go and let things happen freely, and I hope you can hear the passion behind that.” shared Jedidiah.
Jedidiah is a Nashville-based artist who has worked in publishing and synch licensing world before deciding to go under the spotlight. “Crowd” is now available in all streaming platforms.
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