Fletcher Performs “Undrunk” For Vevo

It’s no secret we’re huge fans of wasted pop queen Fletcher. It’s also not a secret that since my review of “Undrunk” I’ve wanted a more stripped down, acoustic rendition of the hit song. Well, thanks to Vevo I’m finally getting what I wanted. Fletcher has teamed with Vevo to release a stripped down, live performance of her hit song “Undrunk” and it’s insanely good.

The Vevo performance wonderfully captures the raw talent, heart-wrenching lyrics, and pure feelings one can find relatable while listening to the track itself. Directed by Janssen Powers, the performance is simple, straight to the point, and now has me wanting a full blown Fletcher acoustic tour. I guess you could say I’m obsessed with stripped down versions of songs.

For those of you that don’t know about Fletcher: hailing from a beach town in New Jersey, where she cultivated her verve for music and candid lexicon. A graduate from NYU’s famed Clive Davis Institute for Recorded Music. She can also claim having her songs streamed nearly 100-million times, and having an influx of different music festivals under her performing belt.

Speaking of her performing belt, Fletcher will bring “Undrunk” and her other assortment of amazing songs to the 2019 Wango Tango stage in Carson, CA on June 1, where she’ll be performing on the same stage as Taylor Swift, Halsey, and the Jonas Brothers. If you haven’t yet, make sure to also check out Fletcher’s latest single, “If You’re Gonna Lie.”

Brandon Flores

Brandon Flores is editor-in-chief and a writer at Blast out your Stereo. He has been covering the music industry since 2011. He covers a wide variety of bands and artists from those just starting to those who already have a hold on the limelight. If you're looking for an unbiased opinion, then look no further.

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