Maya Hawke has shared a new single, ‘Sweet Tooth’

It's the second track to come from new album 'MOSS'.

Maya Hawke has shared the second single to be taken from her forthcoming album ‘MOSS’, ‘Sweet Tooth’.

“’Sweet Tooth’ was the last song written for ‘MOSS’,” Hawke explains. “The lyrics were written in Atlanta while filming, but Christian [Lee Hutson] and I recorded the first demo in Nashville. “When we finished the first recording session, I felt this eruption of joy and I knew this feeling had to be on the record.”

It comes alongside a Celine Sutter-helmed video, on which the director comments: “‘Sweet Tooth’ was born out of conversations with Maya about the song, the album, and the unique feel of sweetness, cavity, death, and joy. We discussed care, caretaking, and childhood adult friendships. In the edit, we found the deconstructed nature of the dream with the behind-the-scenes footage – as if Maya was participating in the making of, and the theater of, her own funeral. ‘Sweet Tooth’ is a trippy, playful video that embraces the dichotomy of its themes: a joyful and melancholic funeral, a fake dream world with real footage, care and loneliness, sweetness and pain.”

‘MOSS’ is set for release on 23rd September via Mom+Pop.

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