Crooked Teeth are gearing up to release their new EP, Honey on November 16th and today, they have shared “You and Me (Whatever)”, another single off their forthcoming release. The new track delves into the band’s love for pop music while adding their own twist to the genre with guitar driven spins.
Lead vocalist Tyson Evans expands: “This song is an unabashed step into that door. To me, it pays homage to the infamous Tom Petty quote, “Don’t bore us, get to the chorus.”
The single follows their latest release, “Hate Me,” a song that portrays honesty, self-empowerment, and as Evans expands, “declaring that hope that the viewer/listener can take something positive from it.” The music video was shot in Phoenix with Yellow Box films and was centered around the premise of putting the focus on individuals who are prone to facing adversity in their everyday lives simply for being who they are. Evans continues, “our music is always written from the heart and for the heart. In saying that, I feel it’s important that we also put the spotlights on others and their experiences. We’re very proud of this video, the character and the honesty of the individuals.” Fans can stream the entire music video, here.