A glamorous LA ingénue is enticed by the allure of the big time in today’s video for Jonathan Wilson’s infectious track, “Love to Love". Directed by Grant James and Magdalena Wosinska in collaboration with veteran documentary maker Robert Carl Cohen, the short splices archive footage with freshly shot scenes that follow actress Lexi Stellwood in a metaphor-laden role that serves as an autobiography of Wilson’s youthful move to California. “I envisioned a classic Hollywood coming-of-age story, with literal images and iconic ideals,” says Wilson of the video's birth. “Lights, elation and heartbreak—all the things I felt drawn to when I first moved there as a teenager from my small town in North Carolina.” The Echo Park-based singer-songwriter’s departure from a tiny furniture-making town of 15,000 in the Piedmont Region to Beverly Hills forms the basis for “Love to Love”. “I talk about things in the tune like Lower Topanga Canyon, where Woody Guthrie's old cabin sat that I watched get bulldozed, and speak about Yamashiro hill, which is a beautiful Pagoda garden overlooking the city that only a true Angeleno will know.” The track appears on Wilson’s recently released second album Fanfare, an intricately detailed and meandering record on Bella Union, centered around a nine-foot Steinway grand piano and featuring guest vocals from three founding fathers of his brand of rock, Jackson Browne, David Crosby and Graham Nash, and contemporary alt-folk player, Father John Misty—stay tuned for Wilson’s ambient, Terry Riley-influenced collaboration with the latter.