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HARRY HUDSON PREMIERES VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE “MEAN TO LOVE”

SPECIAL LIVE PERFORMANCES ON “THE WILLOW & ERYS TOUR”

Today, LA-based acclaimed singer-songwriter Harry Hudson unveils the video for his latest single “Mean To Love”. The video was directed by DirectedxMODELS and shot in Lake Havasu City, AZ, while the song was produced by Jess Jackson and co-produced by Izzy Fontaine.

Of the inspiration behind the video, Harry says, “This video is a rebirth. It’s about me learning how to deal with the process of grieving. I went from being at my lowest point to finding a higher purpose on this journey we call life. It’s never easy to get back up or, in this case, swim to shore, but it’s possible. You just need to find a reason to have hope.”

“Mean To Love” follows Hudson’s previous release “Pendulum” and sets the stage for his upcoming project. Fans can catch Harry performing his new music on the road, as he is currently supporting Jaden and Willow Smith on select dates of “The Willow & Erys Tour,” including Philadelphia’s The Fillmore on November 25, New York’s Terminal 5 on November 26 and Los Angeles’ The Novo on December 19.

Last year, Harry released his stunning debut album, Yesterday’s Tomorrow Night. The project is a highly personal, soul-infected batch of pop music released via a joint partnership between Roc Nation and his and close friends Willow and Jaden Smith’s MSFTS Music. His single “Yellow Lights” off the album was streamed more than 12 million times on Spotify and reached the Top 10 on the platform’s US Viral Chart.

Stay tuned for more from Harry Hudson this fall!

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