Nobody makes getting high sound lovelier, than L.A.’s Rachel Goodrich. Keeping those lovely, stoney vibes rolling like the perfect joint on a Sunday morning, Goodrich has delivered a video for her previously released track “The High Song.” Dubbed a “quarantine video,” the visual gets its magic with a little help from Goodrich’s friends: dummer, Geneva Harrison; singer-songwriters Shira Lee and Justine Bennett, as well as Avid Dancer, HAUTE TENSION and many more.
With each bud lip-synching a verse from the new track, while quarantined in the comfort of their own home — the video is another great example of how artists are coming together more than ever to bring happiness (and high vibes) to everyone stuck at home. We may not be able to see our favorite bands live, but these are the kind of goods that get many of us through the day.
Made in “honor of California’s state flower…the marijuana,” the new music video was released yesterday, April 20 (aka 420) via Goodrich’s Instagram and served as the perfect addition to any marijuana-friendly zoom party and / or playlist.
✨SURPRISE✨My buds and I made a music video for The High Song, honoring California’s state flower…the marijuana. Happy 420 Everyone💚 Stay home. Stay safe. Stay blaaazed!!! 💚
~ Rachel Goodrich
The slow-burning track has a slow and steady groove that will have you swerving along to Goodrich’s smooth croons and tantalizing melodies. Stream “The High Song” below and add it your playlist faves.
As Goodrich shared with Grimy Goods a few months ago, she is currently working on a new album. With all this time in quarantine, we’re hoping to hear those new tunes sooner than later! Visit her website, Facebook, and Instagram to stay updated on new releases and tour announcements.