Music Video Monday: Mark Edgar Stuart


Today's Music Video Monday is coming at you from multiple angles.
Memphis folk rocker Mark Edgar Stuart shot the video for his new song "Mad at Love" on top of Petit Jean Mountain. "It was a special place to me as a child growing up in Arkansas," he says.

Director Jonathan Thomason used a vintage 8 mm film camera to shoot Stuart, matching footage that Stuart says is from "... some old home movies that my mom had hidden away in a drawer for nearly 60 years, but had never seen it 'till now. Seeing my late father and grandmother alive and so young was pretty amazing. The easy chair was a tribute to my father and an image carried over from my first video 'Remote Control.' I wanted both videos to have a common thread even though the song subjects are different."

Mark Edgar Stuart's new album is now available worldwide. Here's "Mad At Love":

And, to complete the easy chair motif, here's "Remote Control".

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