The Aces’ “Stuck” Video Is A Shimmery ’70s Flashback: Premiere

Mike Wass | June 23, 2016 12:00 pm
New Find: The Aces Impress With "Stuck"
Female pop/rockers The Aces make a great impression with debut single "Stuck."

Female pop/rockers The Aces seemingly came out of nowhere to cause a stir with debut single “Stuck,” a breezy anthem that falls somewhere between Haim and Kita Alexander (with a splash of Tegan and Sara’s retro-synth magic). The Utah-based four-piece drop the visual today and it’s an homage, of sorts, to the lead singer and drummer’s mom. “The video for ‘Stuck’ was inspired by a piece of art we had made by a local artist after hearing the song,” Cristal and Alisa Ramirez explain.

“The artwork [below] is bright and surreal, it incorporates an old photo of our mom dancing at a party, a carefree young adult in the ’70s. We wanted to bring that vibe to life through the video by combining a vintage house setting with crazy lighting and effects to bring a dreamy surreal feeling to the video; while having a dancer dressed to play the role of our mom, who rocks out to the up beat jam at home alone while fantasizing that the band is there rocking out with her.” We’re excited to premiere the band’s first clip up top.

The artwork that inspired the video:

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