Singer-songwriter John Adams is a force to be reckoned with.
Adams hails from the South Wales Valleys. His acoustic approach to singing is unique and impressive. His songwriting talents share his inner thoughts, observations and beautiful words.
In 2011, Adams appeared on the X-Factor and sang “Cannonball” by Damien Rice. His performance made history with his version charting higher in the charts than the original version. His debut album The Pavement Is My Stage, which was fully funded by Adams himself was released in 2013 and reached number 7 on the iTunes Singer/songwriter charts.
Not only is Adams very talented, but he supports other artists through live performances. He has seen household names such as, Take That, Lemar, Stooshe, Luke Friend, and Mike Digman to just name a few. Last year, Adams released “Dandelion Wishes” his first single from his upcoming EP coming out this summer. The single has reached over a half million plays on Spotify.
Since his career started to take off, he has had a steady social media following, including 2,000 followers on Twitter, 28,000 likes on Facebook and over 6 million views on YouTube.
Adams is thrilled to release his new music video for his single “Things That Make You Beautiful." The singer/songwriter shares his definition of beauty through this song. "When I was writing this song I was planning my wedding, my wife-to-be was starting to come to terms with the fact she was 30 this year and was worried that her looks 'may fade'. When I started to think about the 'Things That Make You Beautiful' there wasn't any mention of any visual appearance, and it was all characteristics that were 'inside' and ones that wouldn't change over time. I tried to mirror this concept in the music video and try to question our first impressions that are always based on appearance."
PopWrapped is thrilled to give our readers a look at John Adams Music Video for “Things That Make You Beautiful."
I had to listen to this song twice. The first time I closed my eyes and just listened to the song. I got major James Blunt vibes from his vocals. I have to say this he could give Blunt a run for his money. The lyrics also impacted me so much in this song and got me teary eyed.
The second time I watched the actual music video in its entirety. The video itself was very simple but impacted what Adams was singing about. The video brought his vision to life.
Overall the song was so beautifully done and was accompanied by an even beautiful representation of a video. I would highly recommend listening to John Adams if you enjoy Sam Smith and James Blunt, he is going places.