The American singer-songwriter has shared an emotional live rendition of her latest single ‘Save Myself’ at Los Angeles’ Orange Bungalows.

The emotionally-moving live performance displays her natural musical gifts and ability for storytelling.

The performance premiered exclusively with The FADER writing that “the live version of ‘Save Myself’ is every bit as dramatic as the original, and a perfect showcase for Ashe’s effortless voice.”

Watch the video here.

Ashe explains,

“The Orange Bungalows are these really special little hidden gems in LA and while pretty small, have some sort of nostalgic magic to them — they use to be housing for the old Warner Brothers studios down the street for cast and crew members. They’re over a hundred years old, and I wrote and released ‘Save Myself’ while living there so thought it would be a special way of capturing this era of my life, along with directing it with my neighbors who also live in the bungalows.”

‘Save Myself’ is Ashe’s latest single which gained over a million streams in a week. The official music video, released in August, features the American singer at multiple locations around Los Angeles and evokes feelings of a washed out, classic Hollywood film.

Also read: Watch Ashe’s visually stunning MV for introspective single ‘Save Myself’

Ashe explains,

“Before we started reaching out to directors, I made a deck of black and white film shots as well as 35mm color shots that I loved and were inspired by. I wanted the video to feel modern but lean into an older Hollywood. Once Matt Cohen sent his treatment through for the video using both black and white and color shots dispersed throughout, along with pitching to shoot on 35mm, I knew we were going to make something really beautiful together. The energy on set was like magic; we had a covid specialist there that helped make everyone feel really safe and yeah, it was a movie… we made a movie.”

‘Save Myself’, out now via Mom + Pop Music, follows the singer’s double EP Moral of the Story Chapters 1 & 2. As of writing, the track has amassed over two million streams on Spotify. Her music pays tribute to her influences Carole King and The Beach Boys. Beach Boys vocalist Brian Wilson had notably called her “a formidable new force in the pop world.”

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