Carmen Rodgers Goes Bonnie & Clyde In 'Stargazing'


It's been a minute since we've seen new material from Carmen Rodgers. She's been quite busy with her work with The Foreign Exchange along with touring with the musical director of The Foreign Exchange, Zo!. Rodgers reminded fans on Facebook that February 17th was the one year anniversary of her third album, Stargazer, and promised fans something new to celebrate. Shortly after, Rodgers blessed us with visuals “Stargazing.”

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“Stargazing” is a song that's all about Rodgers finding a man “sent from the heavens above” and she sings about a relationship from which “there's no coming down.” The singer worked with Luxe Film Works to bring the visuals for the song to fruition and they did it in an unexpected way. Rodgers and her man are certainly lovers in the video, but in a Bonnie and Clyde twist, the two of them are also high profile thieves. The video starts off with Rodgers and her boo breaking into a warehouse decked out with lasers and trip wires. As the video progresses, the two find the item they want and make it safely out of the warehouse just as a hoard of police pull up. The end of the video is ambiguous. It looks as if the couple is enjoying their spoils back at their crib but there's no way of knowing if their bliss lasts or if their sins will catch up to them.

Rodgers has yet to confirm any new or upcoming musical projects aside from an April 8th performance with Zo! in Houston, TX. Watch the music video for “Stargazing” below and keep up with the songstress via her Facebook page.

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