Big Loud artist Sean Stemaly has released the music video for his brand new song ‘Hello, You Up’.
The song was written by John Byron and Jamie Moore, and it’s a snapshot of what it’s like to date in the 21st Century. Joey Moi helms the production, bringing the heartbreak of the song to life.
“‘Hello, You Up’ is one of those songs you hear and actually feel,” Stemaly shares. “I’ve been through it and millions of other people have too. We all have a hard time letting go sometimes when it comes to relationships; that’s why I cut this song. I can feel it when I play it. It’s got a contagious melody that kind of gets your mind off the fact that it’s a sad song, and I love that. My whole team killed it on this one and I can’t wait for the world to hear it!”
The music video is directed by Mason Dixon and it was shot in Nashville. the track’s neon-lit clip finds Stemaly in a local dive, drinking his split-up woes away after a text leaves him high and dry.
Stemaly is currently in the studio working on new music, which he plans to release later this year.