Graffiti6 Ponder Love in the Urban Landscape in New ‘Free’ Video
Graffiti6's new video for the bluesy, soul, funk, pop hybrid tune 'Free' unfolds in the urban landscape of New York City, with demonstrative singer Jamie Scott wandering the streets on a warm, sunny day and pondering love. He passes young couples that are engaged in PDAs, street musicians making their way and faces his own feelings, as he laments a love lost. It makes you wonder if you truly are freed when you split with someone you love. Or not.
There is a poignant shot of Scott and his brunette lady love in a bed in a great apartment (um, how could either of them afford that space?) with lots of natural light and the city's famous buildings visible from their wide windows. The sun-splashed shot of them embracing and grabbing onto one another makes you wonder if they are holding on or letting go. It could be either. We love when a video makes us think, such as this one does.
We also find Scott emoting on a rooftop, singing his lungs out with his arms outstretched. He has a pretty, soulful voice (for a boy) and he certainly makes us feel and believe his pain in this video. It's a yummy taste of what is to come.
Graffiti6 will release 'Colours' on Jan. 24.
Watch the Graffiti6 'Free' Video