Mabes Pays Homage to 60’s Variety Shows in Video for “Caught Up”

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UK-native, Mabes pays homage to women of the sixties, with her new nostalgic variety show video that highlights her single “Caught Up.” 

This relevant track was “inspired by lovers that were unable to see each other throughout lockdown. FaceTime and Zoom are great, but when you love and miss somebody, seeing them on a screen just isn’t the same as holding their hand or laying your head down on them. “Caught Up” is about longing to be held and getting lost in the moment with that special person, to make all the worries and darkness fade away,” says Mabes.

Styled in a glam blue satin jumpsuit on a vintage tv stage, this folk-pop artist eloquently serenades her audience through wistful lyrics streams. The Elle Lotherington directed video melds Mabes contemporary sound and her admiration for Bobbie Gentry and the 1960s and ‘70s tv shows. The result is a transportive piece that makes it easy to get “caught in the moment.”

“‘Caught Up” along with her previous singles “Too Young To Love” and “Danny” will be featured on her forthcoming EP via The Other Songs.

Mabes music has amassed 30 million collective streams. 

Listen to “Caught Up.”