Harry Hudson Premieres Video For Latest Single “Let Me”

Los Angeles singer, songwriter Harry Hudson releases the video for his latest single, “Let Me,” today. The video was directed by Olav Stubberud and shot on-location in London, Paris, Berlin and Amsterdam while Harry was on his first European headline tour last fall.

Billboard, who exclusively premiered the video online, praises it saying, “Shot on location in Paris, Berlin and Amsterdam over the course of his recent European headlining tour, the visual finds the on-the-rise artist wandering the cosmopolitan cities as he pines after a new crush.” Of the video, Hudson tells Billboard, “Paris holds a special place in my heart. I shared a special moment there with the person I wrote this song about. The shots at the Eiffel Tower are a wink to her. I wanted her to know I was thinking about her even when I was on tour and we were worlds apart.” The video’s broadcast premier is on MTV Live and mtvU.

Beginning next month, Hudson will support Alec Benjamin on his “These Two Windows” North American Tour, which includes stops at San Francisco’s Warfield Theatre on April 21st, Chicago’s Riviera Theatre on May 2nd, Boston’s House of Blues on May 8th, Washington D.C.’s 9:30 Club on May 11th and more—see the full list of upcoming dates below.

“Let Me” was written by Harry alongside Blake Slatkin and Maejor, and it was produced by Jess Jackson and features additional production by Slatkin, Mike Dean and Isaac Bolivar. The song and video arrive on the heels of Harry’s recently released tracks, “Mean To Love” and “Pendulum,” which set the stage for his upcoming project out later this year. Hudson also recently collaborated with Frank Walker on their song, “Can’t Let Go.”


April 14                        Pomona, CA                           The Glasshouse

April 15                        Phoenix, AZ                            The Van Buren

April 21                        San Francisco, CA                 Warfield Theatre

April 23                        Vancouver, BC                       Vogue Theatre

April 24                        Portland, OR                           Crystal Ballroom

April 25                        Seattle, WA                             Showbox Sodo

April 28                        Salt Lake City, UT                  The Complex

April 29                        Denver, CO                             The Mission Ballroom

May 1                          Minneapolis, MN                     The Fillmore

May 2                          Chicago, IL                             Riviera Theatre

May 3                          Royal Oak, MI                         Royal Oak Music Theatre

May 5                          Toronto, ON                            Danforth Music Hall

May 6                          Montreal, QC                          MTELUS        

May 8                          Boston, MA                             House of Blues

May 9                          Philadelphia, PA                     Franklin Music Hall

May 11                        Washington, D.C.                   9:30 Club

May 14                        Nashville, TN                          Marathon Music Works

May 15                        Atlanta, GA                             Tabernacle

May 17                        Orlando, FL                             The Beacham

May 19                        Houston, TX                            House of Blues

May 20                        Dallas, TX                               Canton Hall

May 21                        Austin, TX                               Emo’s