Dirigido por Aaron Rose, o clipe terá ao menos onze minutos e mostra as irmãs Jade e Hazel Altheide, que moram em Albuquerque, New Mexico, e amam se aventurar em cima de bicicletas BMX.
A música da Chan Marshall é forte e épica, daquelas que fazem a gente acreditar que vai dar tudo certo no fim. O vídeo me parece fashionista demais (muitas trocas de roupa, será?), mas é lindo. As paisagens, uow, de tirar o fôlego!
When we arrived, we met the Altheide family, quickly got our gear together and hit the trails. All I can say is wow! The girls were absolutely beautiful and the surrounding landscape (as you can see) was beyond magnificent. Coincidentally, as we were making this, Cat Power had just dropped her new record SUN. I was listening to it on the rental car radio as we cruised through the mountains of New Mexico and it just really fit the vibe of what we were making. If you’ve ever been to NM, you know. How much sun they have…TONS! The song featured in this video is called “Nothin’ But Time” and I think it just fits perfectly. The way Chan screams “I wanna live!” just fits the freedom of jumping bikes and bombing down hills so perfectly. It was a match made in heaven. The upcoming long-form film will include the entire eleven minute version of “Nothin’ But Time”. We’re making it now. So excited to get this out. Stay tuned.