Fresh off her debut single release, Anna Shoemaker is showing no signs of slowing down, returning today with the official music video for “What Am I Doing To Me?”
Shoemaker‘s debut single, which was produced by GRAMMY nominated JT Daly (K.Flay’s “Blood In The Cut”), has already been praised by key tastemakers such as Atwood Magazine, Pop Dust and Wolf In A Suit, and was featured on Sirius XM’s Alt Nation. Today, The New Nine presents the delightful visual for the song, calling it as “intimate as the track itself” and praising Shoemaker for being both “raw and honest” throughout the song and video.
Inspired by silent cinema, Shoemaker’s video for “What Am I Doing To Me?” is a visually stunning accompaniment to the single. Directed by Thrice Cooked Media, Shoemaker’s video invites the viewers into her quirky New York world. It’s relatable, personal, honest and captivating.
“What Am I Doing To Me?” marks Shoemaker’s first official release off her forthcoming EP, set to be released early this Fall. Shoemaker has already started to make her mark as an artist to watch with her viral mashup of Kendrick Lamar’s “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe” and Chance The Rapper’s “Cocoa Butter Kisses” that amassed over 750K Soundcloud streams and got her noticed by Steve Madden’s record label, 5Towns Records. Shoemaker has also been impressing with her live performances, closing out last year with a supporting slot at Bishop Briggs’ sold out Music Hall of Williamsburg show, and playing at key NYC institutions such as Ludlow House, Mercury Lounge, Rockwood Music Hall, and Bowery Electric.