Josie Dunne’s social distancing visual for ‘Lost’ speaks to the Gen-Z quarantined soul: Watch

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Last week, Nashville, Tennessee artist Josie Dunne released a song about growing up and growth, and the complexities of life. Edgy songwriting paired with stripped-down guitar playing in the back, Josie Dunn has a knack for telling stories in a way that most people can relate to and understand. ‘Lost’ is from her six-track EP ‘Late Teens/Early Twenties’, which is out right now via Atlantic Records. On track #3, she has a feature with Dahl on a song called ‘Stay the Way I Left You’. Watch the social distancing visual below, which exhibits astounding direction from Joey Brodnax.

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