Fergie Has Released The Visual For “Save It Till Morning” From Double Dutchess

Here is yet another video from this internationally famous female singer. Fergie’s “Save It Till Morning” music video has also been released today, along with many others. They all make up the visual experience of her second studio album, Double Dutchess, which is available to download now.

The song itself is definitely giving us “Big Girls Don’t Cry” vibes. The song is more of a pop-ballad from Fergie, which coincides well with her previously released song “Life Goes On”. It’s great to see her ability to be diverse in this incredible album.

Watch Fergie’s Music Video To “Save It Till Morning” Here:

Proving her vocal prowess with the song, Fergie shines in the visual. She’s known as Fenix whilst her on-screen lover is known as Jimmy Rojas. It shows how working together and being in a relationship within the public eye can really take its toll.

Not only that but their arguments clearly prove that the relationship isn’t going anywhere and Fergie ends up breaking away and leaving; much like we previously saw in “Big Girls Don’t Cry”. Talk about an updated 2017 version of the song and music video that is so relatable to her life right now.

Our favourite scene has to be the stage performance with the classy microphone and the spotlights. Fergie – or should we say Fenix? – looks stunning and she really unleashes her emotional energy. We honestly believe she’d be amazing to see live.

This is one beautiful song and a stunning visual to go with it. We know there are more videos to come, and we cannot wait to see them released on her YouTube Channel. For now, we highly suggest you watch the full Visual Experience on her deluxe version of the Double Dutchess album.

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Written by Jonathan Currinn

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