Singer/songwriter Nick Hissom recently released the music video for his latest single, “Where You Are.”
An upbeat, synth-laced love song, it boasts a sunny electronic vibe that has taken over within the last few years, but its message is given a slightly different edge when paired with the music video.
The Riley Robbins-directed short film makes it clear that Nick and his love interest are dangerous when they’re together, and anyone who tries to keep them apart--even hardened criminals--is in for a fight.
I was somewhat surprised by the plot, but I love that more and more contemporary music videos are being presented as somewhat daring short films--from Justin Bieber’s “As Long As You Love Me” to The 1975’s Quentin Tarantino-inspired “Robbers” music video.
The shots in the "Where You Are" video transition from sensual to sweet to mildly tense within four minutes, tempting you to watch it repeatedly to make sure you absorb the entire experience.
Watch “Where You Are” below.
"Where You Are" is from Nick's brand new EP, Love Energy, which is available now on iTunes.
About Nick Hissom
Nick Hissom is a breakthrough British-born pop artist and at the young age of 23, he’s independently navigating the entertainment industry under the guidance of multi-diamond producer Steve Morales (Enrique Iglesias, Christina Aguilera), and stepfather and hotel mogul Steve Wynn (Wynn Resorts). He has worked alongside legendary music producers Dallas Austin (Madonna, Pink, Michael Jackson) and Mick Schultz (Rihanna). Nick has performed at high-profile venues and events such as, Red Rocks amphitheater, the main stage at Electric Daisy Carnival, Cumulus Radio's Malibu Mansion Party (alongside Nick Jonas, Tori Kelly, Fall Out Boy) and currently, a residency at the exclusive XS Las Vegas. (source: SAS Entertainment)