Zella Day Drops New Music Video for “Crazy Train”
- Back in August, American singer-songwriter Zella Day released her fourth EP “Where Does the Devil Hide” for the first time in five years.
Following the EP, she released a cover of British heavy metal vocalist Ozzy Osbourne's “Crazy Train” on October 30th.
The original version of the song was released by Ozzy Osbourne in 1980 from his debut solo album “Blizzard of Ozz” as the first single.
On November 19th, Zella Day dropped a new music video for the song, directed by Cameron McCool.
In the clip, she appeared with a classic Jackie Kennedy look. Zella Day said of the song, “I wanted to choose a song deeply embedded in the American psyche, loved by the majority. It speaks to the proverbial toxic political climate with irrefutable truth, reminding us today that history is in fact repeating itself. Pain is a struggle that, in some cases, can act as a catalyst to bring people together despite their differences. In “Crazy Train” Ozzy sings of political and societal manipulation scarring generations, change is possible if we can do it together but first we must practice empathy and in his words “learn how to love and forget how to hate...”.
- source : Teco Apple