Sven Gamsky, also known as Oakland-native Still Woozy, has been building a profile around well-crafted grooves that can connect with listeners playfully and emotionally all at once. The songwriter’s brand of bedroom pop can often be both happy and sad at the same time, and resonate with warm and impactful instrumentation and lyrics.
Still Woozy more recently started turning heads with his breakout single “Goodie Bag,” that was featured on Netflix’s Dear White People- Vol. II, and has amassed millions of plays. Now, Woozy has dropped off a music video that perfectly sums up the tune’s jovial appeal with an oddly quirky yet endearingly relatable visual. The video finds Woozy mid-hangs in a retro windbreaker, busting out goofy and altogether effortlessly entertaining dance moves. Gliding through the dreamy feature on a bike, in a car with all the homies, and a stop by the barber shop, Woozy gives a lax snapshot of a day in the Bay Area.