Waterville's Oliver Hazard Releases New Music Video

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A Spotify sensation, Waterville's Oliver Hazard has just released a music video for the Dylan-esque single "Hey Louise," a twangy tune that features a bit of glockenspiel.

"I would say the song is one of more emotion-driven songs," singer Mike Belazis says of "Hey Louise." "It's very forthright, but it can still stand out amongst our other songs. It's more of a ballad on the album. If we had a love song, that would be it. The video is a looking glass into our small, sleepy but beautiful hometown. It paints a picture of three friends, their relationship and the modest start to their new found musical careers."



The clip includes footage of the guys hanging around various spots in town and jamming in their basement.

The group's success on Spotify has helped it secure a spot at Bonnaroo this summer.




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