Idaho-native singer-songwriter Eilen Jewell explores her rambling fever on "Crawl," the latest release from her forthcoming album Gypsy (out on August 16 via Signature Sounds).
"I want to crawl right out of my skin/ Go back in time, cake walk in red fringe," Jewell sings. "I want solitude, don't want to be alone/ Want to put down roots, want to be a rolling stone."
The video, which Wide Open Country is premiering today, is set in Jewell's hometown of Boise, Idaho and captures a spirit of wanderlust as well as a love for home.
"I love the video's imagery," Jewell says. "The motion of the train tracks juxtaposed with the stillness of the Boise, Idaho downtown scenes catches that tug-of-war sentiment laid out in the words, that uneasy feeling of wanting to go and wanting to stay at the same."
Watch the video premiere of "Crawl" below.
For more information on Eilen Jewell, visit her official website.
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