Following the release of Jack River‘s sun-drenched, light-filled debut EP Highway Songs No.2, the Sydney-based, Californian-dreamer has shared some equally hazy visuals for her third single, ‘Palo Alto‘.
River has collaborated with director Tom Wilson, which sees the singer/songwriter/producer travelling the streets of L.A, a long way from her home town of Forster, NSW. Between the lush scenery shots featuring the iconic palm trees and city streets are snippets of her all-time fav Playstation game, Crazy Taxi.
Described by Rankin as “a kind of folder for memories and sentiments”, ‘Palo Alto’ is a melancholy yet ever-hopeful indie-pop tale. Working in the studio with John Castle and Xavier Dunn, the seamless storyteller has made a stunning impression on her quickly expanding audience.
On top of her upcoming headliner tour, the coastal gal is curating her very own Forster festival. Grow Your Own Fest is set to take place December 23. The brand new boutique gathering will feature other Aussie gems like Dope Lemon (Angus Stone), The Ruiins and Jake Meadows. <3