JAWNY, formerly known as Johnny Utah, just released the video for his summer hit "Anything You Want." Directed by Ariel Fish, the quarantine-friendly love story was filmed remotely in Los Angeles where Fish and JAWNY collaborated to create different characters out of the stuff they happened to have in their homes, and by filming the people they were quarantining with.
This groovy love-pop track is a worthy follow-up to previous releases "4Tounce" and "Honeypie," JAWNY’s last two singles under the name Johnny Utah - the alt-pop brainchild of 23-year-old multi-instrumentalist Jacob Sullenger. With support from HBO's popular series HIGH MAINTENANCE, and a flippant honesty of expression that fits perfectly with his funky dance-jam aesthetic, JAWNY has unlocked an organic connection with his fans that only continues to grow. His Spotify presence, for example, has doubled its monthly listeners in just a few months, with a total of 2.5 million, and support from a number of coveted Spotify editorial playlists. "Anything You Want" is a lo-fi party song, with deep pop roots and a quick hook. In just over two minutes, JAWNY touches on awkward relationships, lopsided attraction dynamics, and the instant sexuality of youth and circumstance. With a wry sense of humor, an instinct for clever lyrics, and a talent for both songwriting and music production, JAWNY is just getting started. This song will get stuck in your head. You've been warned.