Jag Bentley Returns With Latest Single, ‘Stress’

Australian singer songwriter, musician, producer, and actor Jag Bentley first gained attention in 2014 at the age of 12 when he co-wrote ‘Internet Love’ with Italian DJ ‘Dayans’. His new single and music video, ‘Stress’, was self-written and produced, and sees him encouraging his listeners by saying, “Stress, go away”.

‘Stress’ is a jittery pop parody, which will leave you on the edge of your seat with its high energy anxiety. Recorded at JMC Academy alongside Australia’s Got Talent Jagger Alexander-Erber, Kieran Shaw, and Camdon Matthews, the track conveys high urgency and hyperactivity, while the humorous video shows footage of Bentley interspersed with a story of three unlikely Scalextric racers – a farmer, a rocker, and a pink princess complete with a chihuahua. Jag Bentley’s vocals are perfectly in time with the skittish and staccato piano accompaniment.

You can stream and download ‘Stress’ here, Watch the music video below. Check out more about Jag Bentley and his music online on Facebook, Twitter, InstagramSpotify, Apple Music, and his official website.


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