Jessie Murph Delivers an Intoxicating Pop Slowburn With "Drunk in the Bathtub"
Jessie Murph shows no signs of slowing down her ascent with the release of her latest single "Drunk In The Bathtub." The dynamic track showcases Jessie's emotive lyricism carried by atmospheric production, further expanding her growing discography that sheds light on issues facing her generation while creating a safe space for listeners.
"Drunk In The Bathtub," co-written by Jessie and producer Alex Hope, opens with fuzzy guitars and a collage of foreboding percussions. Murph's distinct vocals speak to a growing sense of apathy even in the midst of a night full of partying. It is a cold, encroaching numbness that ultimately culminates in wanting to be left alone, "drunk in the bathtub."
The accompanying music video, directed by Patrick Tohill, is an equally dynamic visual that makes a striking impact with a classic black-and-white aesthetic and flashing lights. Viewers see quick clips of Murph singing alone in a gloomy warehouse to the camera. The song's vulnerability is apparent on her face as she details her life struggles, emotions, and vices.
Watch the "Drunk In The Bathtub" video below: