Bea Miller’s ‘Fire N Gold’ Video Is a Leather Studded Dance Party Sleepover
If the name of Bea Miller's upcoming debut album, Not An Apology, is a theme, the pop star's latest video is proof that she's running with it.
"Fire N Gold," the follow-up to 2014's "Young Blood," finds the 16-year-old quietly strolling through a dark room, punctuating careful footsteps with longing glances at black-and-white Polaroids. Serenity is soon shot to hell when a bedroom set quickly devolves into the site of an underground dance party, and if we didn't know any better, we'd swear we were watching Britney Spears' "Till The World Ends."
"Got lightning in a bottle / Hands on the throttle / Even in the dust we shine," Miller cries as she and a group of leather-studded friends two-step through the better part of a West Elm catalog. This, friends, is why you always get that stuff insured.
Miller spoke to PopCrush in March, when she was about a week away from filming the video. She told us that she had a specific storyboard vision in mind, and that she hoped the result would shake things up.
"The video is gonna be really unexpected," she predicted “…When people hear the song, they think it's really hyper and happy and upbeat, and that's not how I perceive the song. And so the music video for 'Fire N Gold' is gonna match the way that I perceive it.”
Check out "Fire N Gold," and don't fight the urge: Get going on that one-man dance party. Just keep off that imported area rug.