The clip, directed by Isaac Rentz, sees Nick bopping around in stark white room, dancing, giving sexy face, posing, swinging a bat and playing in a bathtub full of styrofoam. As the visual continues, a diverse group of models appear to join in the fun, eventually leading up to appearances from Anne-Marie and Mike Posner for their verses.
There’s no big storyline or a exaggerated concept, it’s just straight-up feel good fun from start to finish and I’m not mad at it at all – Nick gets the job done all on his own (I mean… LOOK AT HIM!).
“The new track was written last year while I was on tour, which is one of my favourite times to write, when I’m constantly in front of new audiences and being inspired on a nightly basis,” Nick told HERO magazine. “It was a rainy day in Maine, so I went on the studio bus and I started this track and I really liked the way it sounded. I text Mike Posner who was the special guest on the tour, I was like, “Hey man, why don’t you come onto the bus, I’ve got this track going you might be into.” He came out, listened to it two times, and was like, “I love it, I’ve got some lyric ideas.” So he jumped in the booth, and within five hours from the time I started the beat to the time I eventually laid my vocals in with the lyrics that we’d written, it was pretty much done.”
“With this song, I love this message – I feel like it’s a position so many people have been in, where they feel like they’re not being heard, I love that first line, I actually tweeted it last night, “I don’t suppose you have a moment to spare me, do you?” I feel like it’s a really humble way of asking for someone’s attention and begging to be heard after you’ve given so much to them.”