Cautious Clay, Remi Wolf, Still Woozy, Sophie Meiers, Claud, Melanie Faye and HXNS have premiered the official video for their single, “Cheesin’,” out now via slowplay/Republic Records
Created by The Valdez, the video for “Cheesin’” brings Cautious Clay, Remi Wolf, Still Woozy, Sophie Meyers, Claud and Melanie Faye all back together for their take on the “Zoom-lifestyle” we’ve all grown accustomed to during this quarantine. In the video, throwback filters and hand-drawn graphics add nostalgic warmth to the digital party as everyone dances along—apart, but together.
The “Cheesin’” video shows the artists once again collaborating remotely to benefit fellow artists and the entire music community affected during this time, as 100% of net profits from each stream and download are donated to benefit MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund. Check out a video from the artists talking about the collaboration HERE!
Not only has “Cheesin’” amassed nearly 3 million Spotify streams to date and entered the Viral Top 50 Chart, but it has received critical praise from Zane Lowe, Billboard, MTV, NYLON, Coup De Main, Notion, Dork, Ones To Watch, Indie Shuffle and more, as well as widespread support from Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music and more and placement on various playlists.
Fans can learn more about “Cheesin’,” MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund and the #CHEESIN4CHARITY initiative at cheesin4charity.com. The site also educates artists and the greater music community on how they can apply to the relief fund, as well as different ways they can support the initiative. The artists behind “Cheesin’” are excited for the opportunity to not only raise money for a good cause but to bring awareness to their peers in need on how to participate in MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund.
The MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund was established to provide monetary support to the thousands of music creators and industry professionals who have been most affected by the Coronavirus pandemic due to the unprecedented cancelation of music events and work opportunities. With this fund, music industry professionals including artists, production crews,
technicians and anyone affected by the loss of income due to live music cancelations, can apply for basic living assistance. Learn more about the COVID-19 Relief Fund HERE.