Kameron Marlowe Sets Fire to the Workweek in ‘Burn ‘Em All’

This video is dedicated to our frontline healthcare workers!

Written by Chris Parton
Kameron Marlowe Sets Fire to the Workweek in ‘Burn ‘Em All’
Kameron Marlow; Photo courtesy of Columbia Nashville

Newcomer Kameron Marlowe sets fire to another week of problems in his new track, “Burn ‘Em All.” And he brings it to life with a co-star famous for hot-blooded romance.

A working-class anthem is all about letting loose when the day is finally done, “Burn ‘Em All” was written by Joey Hyde, Brinley Addington, and Aaron Eshuis. With searing guitars, pounding drums and the North Carolina native’s blowtorch vocal, Marlowe gives quitting time an unofficial soundtrack in the new song — and with its fiery video, the party-starting anthem is put on film.

Featuring Tia Booth — one of the stars of ABC’s The Bachelor franchise — a small group of friends come together to blow off steam at a Friday night bonfire. But with COVID-19 still adding danger to everyday interactions, the clip is dedicated to essential workers like emergency personnel and healthcare professionals … brave men and women like Booth, who used to be a healthcare worker herself.

“How wild that I leave my career in healthcare to move to Nashville and six months later appear in a music video as a healthcare worker?” Booth says. “I love the concept for this video, and I’m honored to be a part of it. Kameron is such a genuinely good dude and his voice is just unreal. I can’t wait to see his music career explode!”

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Behind the scenes. Such a fun day!!

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“With a title like ‘Burn ‘Em All’ I knew we needed some fire power for this video! However, we didn’t realize that we’d be filming on what ended up being the hottest day on record in Nashville for 2020,” said Marlowe. “But through a lot of sweat, our director Jeff Johnson really brought this song to life. We wanted to honor our frontline workers, who all absolutely deserve to let loose after getting off their shifts.”

“Burn ‘Em All” follows Marlowe’s debut release, “Giving You Up,” and the new talent was recently named to YouTube Music’s Artist on the Rise program.