Vita And The Woolf Captures The Inevitable Chaotic Nature Of Growing Up In “Mess Up”

Make a mess

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NY-based band Vita and the Woolf taps into the beautiful mess we leave behind as we learn and grow in their new single “Mess Up.” The track is a smoothly burning blend of moodiness and optimism as we watch dancer Nadyia Thompson model growing pains through stunning motions. Whether you managed to move or fail forward to a wiser version of yourself, “Mess Up” is for you:

“‘Mess Up’ is about recognizing one’s strength, getting over imposter syndrome, overcoming self-doubt and growing out of habits that no longer serve you,” shared Vita’s Jen Pague. “The video, directed by Ian Fursa and choreographed by Nadyia Thompson, captures smallness in the verses and massiveness in the choruses. The fleeting feelings of depression juxtaposed with invincibility.”

Vita and the Woolf will be kicking off tour in March:

Mar 21 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Moroccan Lounge

Mar 22 – San Francisco, CA @ Bottom Of the Hill

Mar 25 – Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile Back Bar

Mar 26 – Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios

Mar 28 – Boise, ID @ Treefort Music Festival