Fresh from the runaway success of his collaboration with Lost Frequencies’ on “Where Are You Now”, multi-platinum selling singer-songwriter Calum Scott premieres his emotionally charged new single, and its accompanying video, “If You Ever Change Your Mind”.
Produced by Greg Kurstin (Paul McCartney, Elton John, Adele), and serving as the the third single to be lifted off of his upcoming second studio album (scheduled for release this spring) the empowered track sees the “Rise” singer looks back on a broken romance with both regret and a renewed sense of perspective.
Commenting on the single, Scott says in a press release: “Five years ago, I fell in love so hard that ever since we parted ways, there has been an invisible tether between us, sometimes existing silently, other times pulling on me like a rope attached to my chest. I got together with Mozella and Hayley Warner in LA to write this one and had the pleasure of working with the legend, Greg Kurstin on track and vocals. I really enjoyed stepping into a new sound with Greg on this song – I feel we struck the balance of lyrics that tell the story of heartbreak and conflict but maintain a hopeful and reminiscent sound that makes this song feel so good!”
For the tracks accompanying music video, Directed by Harry Law (Cian Ducrot, Baby Queen), we see an estranged couple engaged in an intense metaphorical “push-and-pull”, as they perform a beautifully choreographed dance sequence, bringing to life the songs narrative of longing and conflicted emotion, with a delicate yet powerful tenderness.