July 19, 2024

Jasmine Crowe & ARTSY 

Premiere The Stunning Video For 

Sky Is Falling

Get used to hearing the name Jasmine Crowe, who, just recently, has teamed up with ARTSY to premiere the absolutely stunning video for her most recent single “Sky Is Falling.” The single is about the passing of a loved one (a beautiful memorial to her astronomer father), and the emotions and lack of closure that can come with death. The song itself, however, is far from an ode to sadness. It’s a beautiful soaring pop ballad filled with hope after desperation and the video is a perfect visual. Expanses of empty city and desert, beautiful but also lonely & desolate. The space-themed clip focuses on “Finding a connection with that feeling after you experience loss—with that person who may not even be there in the physical form anymore.” Watch “Sky Is Falling” on ARTSY HERE.

The songstress is already racking up accolades, an accomplished and fierce singer/songwriter/producer/multi-instrumentalist—a true quadruple threat— she won the John Lennon Song Writing Contest in 2018, and late last year released her impactful and emotional debut album Symptoms featuring single,  “Chess Game” which climbed the Billboard dance & club charts in December ‘19.

Born and raised in Hawaii, the Los Angeles-based Crowe was brought into the world with music in her life. She started playing violin at just three years old and inherited her parents passion for music (her father was a concert pianist alongside his career as an astronomer). Jasmine taught herself to sing while listening to Broadway musical recordings and eventually started performing locally, where she built the confidence to try her hand at songwriting. After winning the John Lennon Songwriting Contest for her song “Breaking Things,” (co-written/co-produced with her partner and first songwriting collaborator Josh Anderson), she found herself finally ready to release her debut LP last year. Symptoms is a true musical diary- initially written in her bedroom, the record is a gorgeous and deeply felt, expressive, pop album. An absolute must listen, and this is just the beginning…