Jesse Jo Stark Delivers a Halloween Treat with a Haunting, Live Rendition of "Monster Man"

Jesse Jo Stark Delivers a Halloween Treat with a Haunting, Live Rendition of "Monster Man"

The singer croons a new track just in time for Halloween.

The singer croons a new track just in time for Halloween.

Text: Sadie Bell

Emerging L.A. songstress Jesse Jo Stark is a timeless vision from an old Hollywood horror film, and artistically she is able to channel that classic darkness into her music. Gearing up to release her debut full-length record, the singer is on the rise, and with her noir-fused, alternative tracks and an affliction for the spookier side of life, everything about her is about to appropriately haunt your conscience and nightmares.

As Stark prepares for her forthcoming album, she is also set to release four live performance clips directed by Daniel Lir and shot at the Chrome Hearts Factory, premiering the first of the new videos today on V. For the absolute perfect Halloween treat,  Stark shared today the live rendition of her upcoming, new track "Monster Man."

In the alluring video, from behind a gothic mic stand dressed in roses, Stark croons the sultry track that's officially out next year and turns the scene into a pure illusion of her enamor with horror. Performing the song romantically with a taste of nostalgic glamor, Stark is backed by a band and three string orchestra in their own ghoulish attire to take you directly into the singer's "sweet, little nightmare" as she sings her farewells to her "Monster Man."

Below, see the premiere of Jesse Jo Stark's live rendition of "Monster Man" and take a peak at several behind-the-scenes shots of the shoot.

  

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