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Rising singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Alexander 23 shares the official music video for his self-produced track “I Hate You So Much” today—watch here. The track is the first new music from Alexander 23 in 2020.
“This music video is my brain flipped inside out while writing this song,” Alexander says. “I wanted the video to be as chaotic as the song is subdued.”
2020 is already shaping up to be a major year for Alexander 23, who shared his remix of Selena Gomez’sRare” last week—listen here.. In addition, he sold out his first two headline shows at The Moroccan Lounge in Los Angeles last month and is currently touring with Chelsea Cutler. He will join Lauv on tour in August. See below for all dates.
“I Hate You So Much” marks Alexander 23’s official return following 2019’s critically acclaimed debut EP I’m Sorry I Love You. Recorded at Alexander’s home studio in L.A., I’m Sorry I Love You finds the multitalented artist tapping into the deeply personal yet relatable pathos that has come to define his music. In addition to championing raw emotion and eclectic sonic styles like lo-fi pop, folk, R&B and hip hop, I’m Sorry I Love You showcases Alexander’s penchant for writing songs spontaneously—he finds sudden inspiration in simple exchanges and moments in everyday life and translates them into complex emotional soundscapes. Although Alexander controls all aspects of the recording and writing processes, he attributes specific importance to the lyrics he writes. “I’ve learned from making music for so long that no matter how catchy a song is, or how much I like the production, I’ll only end up wanting to put something out if the lyrics really mean something to me,” he says.
Born Alexander Glantz, the Chicago native is the sole creative force behind Alexander 23: he writes, records and produces all of his music in addition to making the artwork for his singles and merch as well as animating his lyric videos. Writing and recording music since the age of 12, Alexander spent his teenage years refining his musical sensibilities playing in bands. He experienced a major creative breakthrough in 2018 when he wrote the song “When I Die,” and in March 2019, he made his debut with “Dirty AF1s,” which premiered as Apple Music’s Bop of the Week and landed on Spotify’s highly-coveted New Music Friday playlist. To date he has racked up 56 million streams in 10 months and 3 million monthly listeners on Spotify. Later in 2019 he went on tour with Alec Benjamin, Omar Apollo and mxmtoon and made his Lollapalooza debut.


March 3 New York, NY Terminal 5
March 4 Philadelphia, PA Franklin Music Hall
March 5 Silver Spring, MD The Fillmore
March 10 Chicago, IL Riviera Theater
March 11 Milwaukee, WI Turner Hall Ballroom
March 12 Minneapolis, MN First Avenue
March 14 Salt Lake City, UT The Depot
March 16 Seattle, WA Showbox Sodo
March 17 Portland, OR McMenamins Crystal Ballroom
March 19 San Francisco, CA The Warfield
August 11 Miami, FL Bayfront Park Amphitheatre
August 14 Houston, TX Revention Music Center
August 15 Dallas, TX Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
August 16 Kansas City, MO Starlight Theatre
August 18 Denver, CO Red Rocks Amphitheatre
August 19 Salt Lake City, UT Complex (Outdoors)
August 21 Phoenix, AZ Comerica Theatre
August 22 Las Vegas, NV Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan
August 25 Portland, OR McMenamins Edgefield
August 26 Seattle, WA Wamu Theater
August 28 Berkeley, CA Hearst Greek Theatre
August 29 Los Angeles, CA Greek Theatre
August 30 Los Angeles, CA Greek Theatre

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