Avery Storm - Problems

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Fresh off this Tuesday’s digital release of his debut solo project, Avery Storm steps into the Booth with a brand new video single off the project. The second cut off the EP to earn a place on our front page (following October’s Tell Me), Problems finds Blast Off Productions serving up a driving, electric guitar-laced groove to back the currently-unsigned crooner’s lyrical chronicles of glitz, hedonism and unbridled excess. An unknown director provides a fast-paced visual accompaniment to Storm’s snapshots of the New York City nightlife. Feeling it? More awaits on freshman EP On the Line, available now for purchase on iTunes (see link above). Additionally, fans can get up-close and personal with the artist by checking out his recent “Outside the Booth” interview with Jacques Morel.

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