“The inspiration was more like a fashion film,” Adam told MTV. “The styling was something that I talked to Hype about in depth, like I had a lot of photographs and stuff… it was really fun because I got to get in there obviously with my own wardrobe and bring a lot of my pieces in, and then even when we were styling the dancers and the models, I got to sit there with them and help style.”
“The energy on set was like a house party. It was so relaxed and upbeat a lot of laughs, which is funny because the tone of the video, the lyrics are a bit darker,” Adam continued. “It’s a nice balance on set not to keep things too heavy, and I think that’s kind of the secret to the song, because it’s dealing with some sadness, but it’s also an upbeat dance track and in a way, the beat and the dancing help pull you out of the sadness.”
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