Lauv’s ‘Changes’ music video a nice way to promote upbeat New Year message

American indie singer, songwriter and producer Lauv released a music video for his new single ‘Changes‘ yesterday.

And while the video doesn’t have earth-shattering visuals, or showcase anything particularly new, it does have quite striking images that help promote a lovely upbeat message for the New Year.

Lauv’s message that, even if you might be afraid to make the changes you absolutely know you should, do it anyway, as you could be incredibly surprised and happy with the result.

They might drive you half insane but it’s killing you to stay the same, but
It’s all going to work out, it’s all going to work out someday”

As for Lauv’s ‘Changes‘ music video, it was nicely directed by filmmaker and actress Adinah Dancyger (Okay Kaya), and features Lauv walking out of a house and climbing onto a stationary bike in the yard.

A stationary bike he then exercises on. Because, you know, New Year, new you. Something that, for many people, means getting in shape.

Artwork for Lauv’s debut album How I’m Feeling

Changes‘ is from Lauv’s upcoming debut studio album How I’m Feeling.

Tracks included on the album along with ‘Changes’ are the already released ‘I’m So Tired…‘, ‘Drugs & the Internet‘, ‘Sad Forever’, ‘Fuck, I’m Lonely’, ‘Sims’, ‘Mean It‘ and ‘Feelings‘.

And while, with that many songs already released, you may think it’s not worth buying the album as you have already heard it, don’t worry as this one is going to be a monster.

21 tracks in all and, from taking into consideration what has been released so far, they are likely to be stellar.

How I’m Feeling is due for release on March 6th, 2020 via AWAL Recordings America.

Meanwhile, watch Lauv’s ‘Changes‘ music video below, and check out the singer’s upcoming tour dates promoting his new album on his official website.

About Michelle Topham

Brit-American journalist based in Austria, former radio DJ at 97X WOXY, and Founder/CEO of Leo Sigh. I've covered K-drama, K-pop, J-pop and music news for over a decade.