Watch The “Sad Ukulele” Music Video, Out Today On YouTube
Watch the “Sad Ukulele” music video today on YouTube, marking the third entry into Scout Durwood‘s upcoming Comedy Electronica Vol. 1 EP
Scout Durwood has released a new song/video for “Sad Ukulele” from her forthcoming EP and video comedy series, Comedy Electronica Vol. 1, set to be released digitally on September 29. Equal parts thought-provoking and laugh-out-loud funny, the video is also available now on YouTube. Click here to stream and watch: http://lnk.blueelanrecords.com/Scout-Durwood-Sad-Ukulele
Scout explains the story behind the song, “Sad Ukulele”, was inspired by all real events. “The uke is the only musical instrument I really know how to play, and it always made me laugh to try to sing about real sad events on the ukulele. As a comedian, this song feels particularly relevant to who I am. I want to change the world, but the only way I know how to do it is through jokes.”
About Scout Durwood
A seasoned cabaret singer, Scout released her debut studio album, Take One Thing Off, with Blue Élan Records in 2017. Based on the original music, Take One Thing Off developed into a twenty-two episode digital series combining music videos and narrative sketches, recounting the story of Scout’s life as the existential odyssey that it is. The series was nominated for a Streamy Award for “Best Indie Series,” within the Indie Series Category at the 9th annual Streamy Awards this past December. The series has now amassed nearly 200,000 views on YouTube.
Prior to the current pandemic Safer at Home situation, SCOUT hosted a monthly ‘Everybody GoGo’ neo-cabaret variety show/dance party. Each event featured some of the biggest names in musical and alt-comedy, variety, drag, magic, and burlesque, taking place on the second Tuesday of every month at The Virgil LA.
SCOUT is a Los Angeles-based comedian. She starred in MTV’s scripted comedy series Mary + Jane as well as Oxygen’s Funny Girls, a docu-series following the lives of six female stand-up comedians. She has also guested on Jonathan Van Ness’ hit Funny or Die comedy series Gay of Thrones.