The coming of age-inspired music video follows JORDY around a high school campus accompanied by his crew, a dancing Greek chorus who create an undeniably nostalgia-inducing visual full of color and vibrancy.
“I think we all feel like we’re hard to love sometimes,” says JORDY. “Whether it’s our anxieties or bad habits or baggage from past relationships, there are moments where we all ask ourselves if we’re even worthy of love in the first place.”
“But I think a lot of us that struggle with those feelings are ones who have an incredible amount of love to give,” he adds.
The single follows the release of “Better In My Head” and JORDY’s dance/pop hit “Long Distance” which also blew up on TikTok, with JORDY’s account garnering over 242k followers and over 740,000 monthly listeners on Spotify.
Fresh off of an appearance on The Today Show, a feature in YouTube Music’s 2021 Pride Campaign, and an appearance on Jimmy Fallon, JORDY is gearing up for his first full-length album, coming later this year, and his fall tour that kicks off with a performance at Firefly Music Festival.
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