Ever notice those people on the side of the stage signing at music festivals? Those people are hired professionals to provide American Sign Language interpretations of lyrics and music to hearing-impaired participants on the dance floor. Electric Forest definitely decks its stages out with ASL interpretors, and Marshmello is scheduled to perform at the woodland festival this weekend, Thursday (June 28) to Sunday.
Maybe it was an event such as Forest that inspired Marshmello to release an ASL music video for his single “You Can Cry.” The song features vocals from James Arthur and Juicy J over a slow ballad beat. You can sing along with your hands, too, and share the song with a friend.
“You Can Cry” follows “Friends” with Anne-Marie and preceded the masked producer’s sophomore album release Joytime II. Watch the special ASL edition of the video below.