WATCH: Earbuddy Premieres Logan Lynn and Rian Lewis’ Stop-Motion Animation Music Video “Underground”

My new video “Underground” just premiered today over at Earbuddy! The song is a collaboration with producer Rian Lewis (Chromeo, Gorillaz) and the video was brought to life by LAIKA Studios-trained animator and filmmaker Adam Taylor.

Watch the video HERE and read what Earbuddy had to say about the release below. You can also check out behind the scenes shots from the making of “Underground” HERE.

From Earbuddy: (8/2/18)

“PREMIERE: Logan Lynn ft. Rian Lewis – “Underground” Video”

Logan Lynn has a lot of credits to his name: musician, writer, composer, singer, producer, mental health advocate, LGBT activist, filmmaker and television personality. On October 12th, Lynn will release his ninth album, My Movie Star, the follow-up to 2016’s ADIEU. My Movie Star is a two-disc set, co-produced by Jay Mohr. The first disc offers Lynn’s version, while the second is all the songs reimagined by The Dandy Warhols, Tiffany, Jarryd James, Rian Lewis (Gorillaz, Chromeo), DoublePlusGood, Stose and many more. Today, we premiere the video for one of the album’s songs, “Underground”. Read the rest of this entry »

Behind the Scenes: Logan Lynn and Rian Lewis “Underground” Music Video – Stop Motion Animation by Adam Taylor (PHOTOS)

As you know, the pre-order for my new record went live this week and alongside it came the release of my new single, a collaboration with mega producer Rian Lewis (Gorillaz, Chromeo) called Underground. If you haven’t already, you can stream it FREE on Bandcamp HERE, Apple Music HERE, and Amazon Music HERE — and make it yours forever when you pre-order your copy of “My Movie Star”.

We will be releasing the Underground music video, a stop-motion animated short by Laika Studios-trained filmmaker and illustrator, Adam Taylor this July. Adam has been hard at work putting this thing together for months and I’m freaking out about how rad this vision turned out. Such a talented dude!

Premiere details coming soon! Here are some stills and behind-the-scenes photos from the Underground shoot to tide you over… Read the rest of this entry »

WATCH: Logan Lynn Releases “Oh, Lucifer” Music Video in Protest of Donald Trump’s 1st Day in Office (VIDEO)

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I wrote a song called “Oh, Lucifer” about reclaiming Hell as a safe space for queer people and ended my new record ADIEU with it at the end of last year.

Our decision to release the video today, Donald J. Trump’s first day in office, was no accident. Oh, and…he makes a cameo.

Watch “Oh, Lucifer” HERE, or press play below:

ABOUT THE VIDEO: (from XO Publicity, 1/9/17)

On Friday, January 20th, 2017 Portland indie pop musician Logan Lynn releases “Oh, Lucifer”, a new music video in protest of Donald Trump’s Presidential Inauguration.

Logan Lynn stars in the “Oh, Lucifer” video alongside his producer Gino Mari and a cast of original puppets created by puppeteer Matthew Hopkins, which includes David Bowie, George Michael, Freddie Mercury, Donald Trump, Rev. Fred Phelps (Westboro Baptist Church), cult leader Jim Jones (whose final murderous sermon is also sampled in the song), puppet versions of Logan and Gino, as well as many others.

Logan Lynn’s reclaiming of eternal Hellfire and damnation on “Oh, Lucifer” is a brutal roasting of the religious fundamentalist cult he escaped as a young person and a grandiose middle finger to all of the insufferable anti-gay bigots he has encountered in the years since.  With lyrics like “Remember, my dears that if we don’t sin then Jesus died for f—ing nothing” while a demon voice sample growls “Faggots should be burned” in the background, Lynn isn’t holding back on the final song on his latest record, ADIEU; and he isn’t holding back in the music video that accompanies it, either.

“I have been beside myself since Election Day…in a daze. Making this video was the only thing I could think of to do with all of this hopelessness I feel.” Lynn said. “It felt really good to put Donald Trump in prison and blow up ‘God Hates Fags’ protest signs and give electro-shock therapy to Fred Phelps and all the other wild stuff we did to puppets in this video.  It was healing somehow.”

Oh, Lucifer” was produced by Portland Film Works, the production company also responsible for Logan Lynn’s “Tramp Stamps and Birthmarks” music video from 2013 and his “Go There When You Want To Be Loved” video from 2016, and was written and directed by Portland filmmaker Kevin Forrest.

Logan partnered with designer Emily Payne (“Project Runway”, “Project Runway: All Stars, Leathertongue) on a custom-made couture “Mega-Hoodie” costume for the video, with additional costuming by Gucci, Marc Jacobs, Dita Eyewear and ASOS.

Named one of the “Top 10 Albums of 2016” by Blurt Magazine, Lynn’s 8th studio album ADIEU was released on September 23rd, 2016 to critical acclaim and has been endorsed by journalists and celebrities ranging from actor and comedian Jay Mohr, to The Dandy Warhols and Hutch Harris of The Thermals.  The record is available on 150 gram red vinyl double album, CD Digipak and Digital Download.


Logan Lynn (2009)

You can watch my new video “Bottom Your Way To The Top” over at Logo’s website HERE or you can just watch it via my YouTube page just below!

Logan Lynn: “Bottom Your Way To The Top” (2009)
Directed by Jeffrey McHale.
Illustrations by John Parot.

Be sure to tune into “NewNowNext” all this week on MTV’s Logo Channel to catch the Network Television World Premier!


"Bottom Your Way To The Top" Music Video Still (2009)

Hey Windy City! Come party at Touche this coming Sunday! They are throwing a big Music Video Premier for my new video with 50 cent beers from 8pm-10pm. It’s gonna be WILD times, so…brace yourselves!

This is your only chance to see my new video, “Bottom Your Way To The Top”, before we premier it to the world in November, so be sure to swing through and check it out! It’s gonna be a fun night.

Thanks again to TOUCHE for letting us film the Chicago portions in their bar, to John Parot for providing the illustrations, The Dandy Warhols for letting us shoot on their greenscreen, Bystander Productions for shooting our Portland scenes, and to Director Jeffrey McHale for having such a clear vision and for making it awesome!!! Also, thanks to Kaysha, Aemelia, Michael, Taylor, Danas, Ande, Devan, Jess, Kevin, all the rest of the extras and everybody else in Chicago who helped make this happen!

Here’s the scoop for Sunday’s party, people…be there or be squareziez.

Date: Sunday, October 11, 2009
Time: 8:00pm – 10:00pm
Location: Touche Chicago
Street: 6412 N Clark St
City/Town: Chicago, Ilinois USA