The track also is the third single off her upcoming debut album, following “Hurt By You” and oh-so-heartbreaking-yet-beautiful “Something To Hold On To,” so naturally, Emily‘s gone ahead and released an accompanying music video that is just as wonderful and fabulous as the song itself.
The clip finds Emily bringing to life a repetitive cycle through some intricate choreography and detailed set-ups in some sort of abandon warehouse. “The intention with this video was to match the metaphor in the song; small, probing issues, which might not seem like much when they’re singled out, add up over time,” Emily told Paper Mag. I got the message loud and clear! In 2018, we stop sleeping on Emily Warren. GET FAMILIAR!