Aggressive Alt Pop from Los Angeles. - McCall: Disaster (Official Music Video)
A masterpiece of sound and color that combines a lo-fi visual aesthetic with themes of emotional honesty and sudden rapture.
Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter, and performer McCall just released a music video for her latest single "Disaster," an alt-pop track that shines with artistic grit and a sparkling, pop-friendly melody. Building on a string of successful releases from last year that includes "Stone Cold" and "Right?," with her new track McCall reflects on being too critical of herself, and the spiritual repercussions of high-minded personal judgement.
McCall has started to gain notoriety through various collaborations with producers Grant and Just a Gent, and with her own music that has won over 5 million streams on Spotify, placements on the 2019 Rocket League Soundtrack, and high praise from established publications such as Billboard and The Fader. The music video for "Disaster" is a masterpiece of sound and color that combines a lo-fi visual aesthetic with themes of emotional honesty and sudden rapture. This evocative self-exploration couples with explosive physical chemistry to highlight an aggressive mixture of electronic tones and raw vulnerability, served over a seething backdrop of sharp indie grooves.
So painfully un-self-aware, thinking I can
Solve my problems if I dye my hair
I shout my ailments to the end
Of a small suburban town
I'll get what I want, choking on
The silver in my mouth
This song is featured on our CHILL Angeles playlist.
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