Macy Martin Celebrates “Stupid” Video Release
Emerging country-pop artist Macy Martin just revealed a new video for her latest single “Stupid” this week, debuting exclusively with The Boot who described the “carefree, mid tempo-love song” as having “a colorful music video to match.” Watch here.
Filmed in Nashville, the dream-scape scene takes place over the course of a fairy tale date before Macy wakes by her open book at the park with a phone call from her boyfriend. Explaining the song she says, “It’s about letting go of all the ideas of what ‘love’ is supposed to be and just following your own rabbit hole into the wonderland of it all. Even if it means you go a little mad, falling in love makes us all a little stupid.” Adding, “I hope ‘Stupid’ reminds people that it’s okay to be dumb and blind in love.”
Earlier this month, the Nashville-based emerging artist released a surprise track called “Strange Times” which has been gaining in streams given its timely release. Martin was inspired to record it over the winter break. Listen here.
Martin celebrated 2020 quarantine graduation last summer with a pair of releases including the current single "Stupid," along with the poignant track "Enough,” which she calls “an open love letter to yourself, reminding you that you’re loved, and are, in fact, enough just as you are.” The double release followed Martin’s first No. 1 radio hit "I Miss You" (co-written by Carly Pearce, Nathan Spicer and April Geesbright) which hit the top of the Radio Disney Country chart.