Stone Irr's new music video for "All We Want Anymore" tells the story of a first date gone wrong. Compelling, playful, yet emotionally-resonant, the video is a perfect accompaniment to the song. It's beautifully directed by Peter Timberlake.
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"'All We Want Anymore' has everything you’d want in a classic pop song—the dizzy, the dreamy and the grand. Stone brings bright vocal harmonies and everything but the kitchen sink—lush string arrangements, waves of rippled guitars, both happy-go-lucky and melancholy keyboards, distinctly vintage drums and horns that shout “hurrah” during the grand finale. It’s a must-hear for fans of the California pop songs of yesteryear and crushingly beautiful songs that play when the end credits roll."
Here's what Stone had to say:
"This is the song I’ve always wanted to write and produce—something full and 'widescreen' in sound. Funny enough, the lyrics are about how I like writing songs just for my own enjoyment; sort of a love letter to songwriting."
The video was directed by Peter Timberlake.
“'All We Want Anymore' has everything you’d want in a classic pop song—the dizzy, the dreamy and the grand ... It’s a must-hear."
"Although the peaks of harmonic beauty certainly astonish, they would be far less effective without Irr’s deeply felt delivery, like the "For My Friends," line "I can’t even believe the shit I tell myself." In the end, Sinner’s success seems to be equal parts heartfelt reflection and chilling orchestration."
"Best taken as one whole, enveloping chronicle, Sinner balances smart songwriting with a wholly compelling heart; the kind of record that quietly, over time, might well become something truly special."