jesse saint john debuts kitschy vhs style video for "move"

jesse saint john debuts kitschy vhs style video for "move"

Watch jesse saint john’s zestful music video for his debut single ‘Move’

“[Move] is bombastic, hedonistic, whimsical and totally sure of itself, a blast of flavorful pop-rock ear candy that makes me wish I was of legal age in 2005, so I could’ve experienced these sounds on the dance floor with a can of Sparks in my hand.” – Interview

“Jesse Saint John has cultivated his own sound and released his own single “MOVE,” which commands you to do just that.” – V Man

“jesse saint john’s “MOVE” is so damn fun.– the Fader

 

WATCH HERE

+ “MOVE” is available via We Are The Guard

+ playing LA Pride 2018

jesse saint john has been songwriter to the stars for five years now, but only this year did he begin his endeavors as a solo artist. Today, the queer pop artist premiered a one-take music video for his debut single, ‘Move’. This track could easily be on the soundtrack of a teen cult film, so it’s no surprise that some of saint john’s influences for this track were 90s flicks like GO, Doom Generation, Nowhere and Cruel Intentions, so it’s quite fitting that this lyric visualizer was filmed in the same garage as the 1999 crime comedy, GO.

saint john told Out Magazine that he chose to lead with ‘Move’ because “it just felt like a great marriage of intense energy and hooky melody—and [he] knew it’ll be so fun to do live.” Though we are currently only witnessing the dawn of his solo efforts, he has already been widely recognized as a queer musician and consequently was invited to play at this year’s LA Pride Festival alongside musical sensations such as Tove Lo, Kehlani, and Icona Pop on June 9th.

Stream ‘Move’ now!

Watch the video for ‘Move’

find jesse saint john online:

twitter // youtube // instagram

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