Summer Youth, the brainchild of ex-Uh Huh Baby Yeah frontman, Kevin Fletcher, has been fairly quiet since releasing a handful of songs in early 2017. It’s looking to be a busy year for them, however, as they’ve just released a new music video for their song, “Hands and Knees.”

When asked about the meaning behind the new single, Fletcher states, “It’s a song about growing up and realizing this is who I’m meant to be. Music is the only thing that makes sense to me. It’s a love song about my love/hate relationship with it.”

This release follows closely on the heels of releasing another single a week ago, which can be heard on their YouTube channel, along with all their current releases.

Look forward to more from Summer Youth in 2018!

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