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September 2019
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Stef Chura goes back to high school for her new ‘Scream’ video

It’s a track from her upcoming album ‘Midnight’.
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Published: 10:26 pm, June 06, 2019
Stef Chura goes back to high school for her new ‘Scream’ video

Stef Chura has dropped a new video for ‘Scream’.

It’s a track from her upcoming album ‘Midnight’, out tomorrow (7th June) via Saddle Creek.

"I wrote this from the perspective of someone else,” she says. “It's about the dual self: a person who thinks of themselves in one way vs. how they actually are and treat others, which is totally unlike how they view themselves. A blind spot, you could say, because how they treat others is a reflection of their loneliness and anger. It can leave them acting nasty, mean and like a bully to the people in their life.”

Watch ‘Scream’ below.

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