The 33-year-old entertainer plays a lounge singer in the Luke Gilford-directed clip, which explores the emotions that Las Vegas entertainers feel before, during and after their typical day in Sin City. Adam‘s performance is combined with scenes of other entertainers – a bootylicious male stripper, a showgirl and wedding minister (played by transgender Youtube sensation Gigi Gorgeous) – doing their duties, only to come home to themselves. Overall, I was really into the visual. It’s got of heart and soul, something seriously lacking in most of the music videos around these days – WIN!
“I’ve known Luke Gilford for years. We run in some of the same circles in LA,” Adam told iHeartRadio. “I knew that when it came time to do this music video, that he would be the perfect director. He leads with the heart and his instinct and is very passionate about the work that he does. He has an incredible eye for the unique.”
“When the lights turn off and the costumes get put away, many struggle with the feeling of loneliness,” Adam added. “I wanted to paint a picture that wasn’t necessarily happy or sad, but showed the entire range in between.”