We are extremely proud to present the unclassifiable new record from 17-year-old Los Angeles-based artist Hana Vu, out this summer on our label Luminelle Recordings. Written and produced entirely by Hana and mastered by Clay Jones (Modest Mouse, Sunflower Bean), How Many Times Have You Driven By is the sound of a young songwriter fearlessly doing her own thing, without regard for genre or the latest trend. It's rare these days to encounter a collection of bedroom pop songs this ambitious and eclectic, from soulful torch songs (“Crying on the Subway”) and breezy west coast hip-hop-influenced summer jams (“Cool”), to emotional indie rock rippers (“Shallow”) and beautiful, swaying dream-pop (“426”). And that’s just the first four tracks. She's already made fans of Tegan & Sara and Willow Smith, and now you can check the video for “Cool”, premiered today alongside an interview with Hana over at Pigeons & Planes; the charming Aidan Chang-animated visuals land somewhere between Radiohead's "Paranoid Android" video, the Duck Song, and Ponyo. Watch below + pre-order the EP on vinyl/cassette/digi here:

And Hana's awesome "Crying on the Subway" video from earlier this year: