LA-based pop artist Kylie Hughes has recently released her new single and music video for Take Me Anywhere which showcases the beautiful state of California.
Watching the video sure makes you want to pack your bags and fly straight to California. The video takes one along on a road trip to some of Hughes’ favorite places and even some places that she has not visited before. Hughes admitted that she will always be a California girl and that she loves how California is able to provide you everything from the bright and sunny beaches to deserts, lakes and mountains!
Some might find Hughes familiar because she has shared the stage with acts like Building 429 and Jesse McCartney. Not only that, two of her songs have also been featured in the 2013 film, Zero to 100: The Lakey Peterson Story.She currently has an EP under her belt and will soon be adding a new album to her list of achievements. Describing the album to be much more complex than her first EP, Hughes shared that fans can expect a brand new sound because she has been spending the past two years writing about the ups and downs in her life. Now the hardest part for her is to pick the best songs to be included in the album.
Hughes still makes time for travelling despite being busy with the album and her upcoming performances. “I just got back from Hawaii but I am already plotting my next escape,” shared Hughes. Can we expect the next music video to be filmed on one of her travel escapades?Having performed for a few years now, Hughes shared with us one of her unforgettable performances playing on top of Mount Baldy at the Ski Lodge during the summer, where not only did she ride a chairlift to the venue but the band equipment did too. “It was quite a funny sight and a little nerve racking. I kept looking behind me waiting to see my guitar careening to the bottom of a canyon on a freaking mountain,” shared Hughes.
Are you ready to take on another trip to Hughes’ escapades? We are looking forward to her upcoming album. For now, stay connected with the singer-songwriter via her website, Facebook Page, Instagram and Twitter.
The Fifth Parlour would like to thank Kylie Hughes for the interview and Candance from Big Picture Media for coordinating the interview.