We’re Currently Living for This New Matt Palmer Music Video Featuring Max Emerson

We’re Currently Living for This New Matt Palmer Music Video Featuring Max Emerson

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If you aren’t familiar with L.A.-based pop singer, songwriter and producer Matt Palmer, you should be. He’s recently become one of our favorite up-and-comers, and we’ve got the latest thing to come from his talented mind: Released today, the new Matt Palmer video for his song “The Boy Who Hates Everything” is fire!

This new Matt Palmer video is the fourth in a series of seven music videos for Palmer’s upcoming EP Get Lost, out March 9. (Yep, he’s pulling a Beyoncé and dropping a visual album!)

Altogether, the seven music videos will tell the story of one relationship from start to finish. Starring in this new Matt Palmer video — and the others — is actor, model and YouTube star Max Emerson (find him on Instagram here). The videos are directed by longtime Palmer collaborator Ryan Bartley, who was also behind the pop artist’s previous videos for “Break-Up” and “Teardrops.”

We’re a sucker for R&B melodies made groove-able with a dance beat, and “The Boy Who Hates Everything” is just that! And this latest Matt Palmer video ain’t too shabby, either. We could look at Palmer and Emerson allllll day long.

Photo by Brian Jamie

Palmer’s Get Out EP will be only his second release as an openly gay artist, and his debut EP, Stranger Than Fiction, dropped in 2014. Since then Palmer has collaborated with some of pop music’s top producers and songwriters, including Oak Felder (Demi Lovato, Alessia Cara), Fraser T. Smith (Adele, Sam Smith), and the Jackie Boyz (Madonna, Justin Bieber).

Check out the latest Matt Palmer video for “The Boy Who Hates Everything” here:

And watch the other Matt Palmer video releases from the Get Out EP in order:

“Solo Act”

“Get Lost”



Head here to pre-order Matt Palmer’s upcoming EP Get Lost and stream its songs.

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