Pete Yorn unveils new music video

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After his cameo in Killers of the Flower Moon, New Jersey folk-rocker Pete Yorn unveils the mysterious music video for “Someday, Someday”.

Killers of the Moon includes its share of cameos from musicians: Jason Isbell, Randy Houser, Sturgill Simpson and even Jack White pop in. But Pete Yorn’s role might be the most explosive, literally. Indeed, the New Jersey songwriter plays a mysterious hitman who must blow up a house.

Pete Yorn returns to his main activity by releasing a new song called “Someday, Someday”. It is an introspective acoustic piece in which the musician looks back on a relationship that was put aside. We find Rami Jaffee from Foo Fighters on keyboard. “Never the one for a long goodbye/Leave before the end/Then you’re off running” sings Pete Yorn.

After releasing the eclectic Hawaii in 2022, he unveils the video for his new single, which is closer to cinema. Jom Wright films the musician in the Warner Grand Theater in San Pedro (California), offering him an incredible art-deco environment.

Pete Yorn captured the attention of Bruce Springsteen fans with his debut album, Musicforthemorningafter, released in 2001. Since then, he has found himself prolific both in the studio and on stage. On January 16, he will perform at Jimmy Kimmel Live!, just days before a sold-out concert in New York.


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