Alex Lahey hilariously pays homage to Bob Ross for ‘Ivy League’ music video

Alex Lahey hilariously pays homage to Bob Ross for ‘Ivy League’ music video

As if she couldn't get any more gosh darn charming.

Without going full meme lord, yo shit waddup, yeahhh boi on this piece I’ll uphold myself and keep it to a minimum. For Harambe’s sake, RIP. Alex Lahey’s Ivy League music video is gold. Jam Nawaz, with help from Giulia Giannini McGauran on directing, has crafted a thing of nostalgic beauty - depicting the Bob Ross-painting era and VHS textures perfectly, creating a thoroughly enjoyable and easy watching music video. My favourite takeaway from Alex Lahey’s words on the music video being: “You don't need to be taught art in order to make art.” Which is just extremely dope outlook and clearly displayed within the video, which you should view below.

She's playing a whole heap of shows over the course of the rest of the year, check the dates down the bottom.

TOUR DATES:

FRI 16 SEPTEMBER | STONECUTTERS @ QUEENS THEATRE, ADELAIDE SA

SAT 17 SEPTEMBER | ROTTOFEST, ROTTNEST ISLAND WA

FRI 23 SEPTEMBER | MOONSHINE, MANLY NSW

SAT 24 SEPTEMBER | SYDNEY JUNCTION HOTEL, NEWCASTLE NSW

SUN 25 SEPTEMBER | SOUNDS OF THE SUBURBS, CRONULLA NSW

FRI 30 SEPTEMBER | BRIGHTON UP BAY, SYDNEY NSW

SAT 01 OCTOBER | SAD GRRRLS FESTIVAL, MELBOURNE VIC

THU 06 OCTOBER | KAROVA LOUNGE, BALLARAT VIC

FRI 07 OCTOBER | SOOKI LOUNGE, BELGRAVE VIC

SAT 08 OCTOBER | BIRREGURRA FESTIVAL & ART SHOW, BIRREGURRA VIC (EARLY SHOW)

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