Kate Tucker – ‘A Little Bit of Love’

‘A Little Bit Of Love’, the latest single from Nashville pop-rock singer songwriter Kate Tucker is set to shine a little bit of light into the darkness and despair that has so far characterised 2020.

Tucker, who has been described as “one of Nashville’s indie music gems”, speaks plain truths and does so naturally. She sings of everyday experiences, with an eye for detail and a knack for sophisticated songwriting, creating very real, relatable, and above all, sympathetic characters.

‘A Little Bit Of Love’ doesn’t fail to rise to the high bar she’s set with her other releases. The video is characteristic of her love for everyday people. When a stay-at-home order shut down a cinematography class at Cuyahoga Community College, in Cleveland, Ohio, Tucker was inspired. She gave the call to the students, and then the word caught fire: friends, loved ones, people in Nigeria, Australia, Israel, Brazil – in a few short weeks footage started pouring in, of what was going on right outside the window of more than 50 people, across five continents – all of whom were connected to someone on the project.

The footage shows people dancing; getting down to the song. There’s signs of quarantine everywhere, from deserted city streets, to packed out homes. Every single person has been inspired by Tucker’s words and rhythms, and they’re using up the energy they have to burn, and their pent up creativity. In turn, each becomes an inspiration to those who view the video, to release their own frustrations, in whatever way they need to.

Watch the video for ‘A Little Bit Of Love’ below. You can find out more about Kate Tucker and her music online on her official website.

Kate Tucker - A Little Bit of Love (Official Music Video)

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