Bryce Vine – Love Me Hate Me (Studio Performance)

Bryce Vine has a complicated relationship with Los Angeles. On the one hand, its where he grew up, where his childhood discovery of punk, rap and pop crystallized who he’d become as a musician; Hollywood vibes pervade his discography. After all, Vine’s two most popular songs are “La La Land” and “Drew Barrymore.” On the other hand, Bryce Vine hates Los Angeles. On his 2016 song, “Los Angeles,” he eviscerates the city: “I hate it / Maybe just enough to vacate it / Because the more I learn in Los Angeles, the less I think about staying.” This year Vine released his debut full-length ‘Carnival,’ a record full of multiple genres blended with pop for the perfect poolside daiquiri. In the Vevo studio, it’s all love – fans will especially adore his fantastic vocals on “I’m Not Alright” and “Love Me Hate Me.”

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Executive Producer: Micah Bickham
Director: Kyle Goldberg
Producer: Maddy Schmidt
Director of Photography: Josh Goleman
Editor: Kevin Rose
Music & Talent: Gabby Prisciandaro & David McTiernan

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