Annie Hart Announces New Album, Shares New Single ‘Stop Staring at You’

    Annie Hart has announced her fourth studio album, The Weight of a Wave. The follow-up to 2021’s Everything Pale Blue is due out August 4 via Uninhabitable Mansions. Today, Hart has shared the lead single ‘Stop Staring at You’, along with a Benjamin Kasulke-drected video. Check it out below and scroll down for the album cover and tracklist.

    “This song was inspired by a very charismatic friend of mine who was addicted to looking at how many likes they had on Instagram,” Hart explained in a statement. “I had fallen under their otherwise charming spell and was along for the ride of their friendship and fun adventures. One night, I saw them surrounded by fawning half-fans and saw them basking in the glow of this empty affection, and all lit up by being worshiped, and I just saw the sad emptiness of that kind of existence and knew there was nothing I could do for this person, that they had became the prisoner of their own misery. This song is about not judging your self worth on other people’s half-attention and finding your true value in yourself and your real relationships.”

    Hart added: “The video for this song is a meta take on this concept. It zooms out and makes fun of me – I hired a director to make a video that is all about me, singing a song about other people obsessed with themselves. I wanted to make a statement about how we are all participants in this sort of self-indulgent behavior. But I also just wanted to dance and make weird art on the beach.”

    The Weight of a Wave Cover Artwork:


    The Weight of a Wave Tracklist:

    1. Boy You Got Me Good
    2. Crowded Cloud
    3. I Never Do
    4. A Lot of Thought
    5. Waking Up
    6. What Makes Me Me
    7. Stop Staring at You
    8. Falling
    9. Nothing Makes Me Happy Anymore
    10. While Without

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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