NY-based singer MAX has released new video for his recent single, "Love Me Less" featuring Quinn XCII. The colorful, electrifying video mirrors the energy of the upbeat track, and signals a new visual era for MAX . The song, whose album art ironically features him in a colorful, vibrant outfit, deals with the very real worry that someone will "love you less" after discovering all your private demons. The video, however, is anything but serious, depicting at its funniest a woman screaming at a insufferable, toilet-ridden MAX (until he's had enough and he and his parents break up with her), and relaying the most frustrating parts of a relationship with humor and vividness.
"I'm really ecstatic to finally be releasing "Love Me Less" into the world," MAX said back in April about the release of the song. "It's always had a very raw and important message to me and having Quinn XCII join to make it even more special has been so exciting. I'm so excited to release this evolution in my sound and introduce a bright electrifying new yellow era; it is the raw and honest follow up of how love unfolds after 'Lights Down Low'".
If you haven't heard of MAX himself, it's quite likely that you've heard his voice in some capacity— his single, "Lights Down Low" with lo-fi artist gnash made quite some waves back in 2016. As for what's next, MAX is currently working on new music, details TBD, and has a tour in the works for later this year. Stay tuned!