Chelsea Cutler & Jeremy Zucker – parent song. An exclusive live performance for Vevo.
It’s hard to put your finger on the elements of a chemistry that creates a truly special sound. When Chelsea Cutler and Jeremy Zucker united for a couple of heartfelt folk-pop collabs, it got even harder. The “comethru” singer with a penchant for titling his tunes in lower case has a unique way with gentility. His approach is nonchalant yet refined. With the sigh-fueled ditties of last year’s ‘How To Be Human’ behind her, his partner has proven that she too is a fan of understatement. Cutler doesn’t need much more than a softly-picked guitar and a few whispered phrases to make her way into your heart. Their five-song ‘brent ii’ EP is a confluence of both approachs, and each enhances the other. We invited them to our studio for performances of “parent song” and “better off.”
With lines like “friends just finished college and they’re moving to the city where I live/So you might have to see me less, but it’s always nice to have someone to miss,” they reminded us just how touching music can be.
Executive Producer: Micah Bickham
Director: Bram VanderMark
Director of Photography: Skyler Brown
Editor: Austin Prahl
Music & Talent: Annie Shapiro & Sam Mackoff