Hit makers, OneRepublic, have finally premiered their music video for "Love Runs Out."
If you've seen the video and you understand, bless your mind. I have watched it a couple times now and I still don't understand. The video is packed with so many different things and they all happen in a short period of time, my mind can't cope around it.
According to Ryan Seacrest, the video is directed by Sophie Muller. By no means, I am saying that this is bad video. In fact, the transitions and effects are greatly directed and edited. However, I just don't understand the concept and the point of the video.
The music video starts off with an older lady playing the piano. Lead singer, Ryan Tedder, walks over to her as he sings "I'll be your light, your match, your burning sun." In this time, they're on sand ground, and the background has clouds constantly moving. Moving on to another scene, Tedder picks up a tamborine. As he plays the tamborine, in the background two people are dressed up in a black body suit and kick a pile of rocks down—anyone here like ninjas? Suddenly a group of little boys dressed in white tank tops with khaki pants start dancing? Skip to the next part and you'll see two people playing a game of pass-the-ball.
When the chorus starts, someone throws a firecracker on the ground or some kind of spark? "I've got my mind made up, man, I can't let go," Tedder sings on the chorus as he is accompanied by two people riding horses (or is it actually just one person and the background is mirrored? I'm not sure). Let's not forget the people who wear their sand outfit and dance from left to right (if this offends anybody, I'm truly sorry—I just don't know what it is or what it's supposed to represent).
Since, I have no idea what this video is and means, I'll let your eyes do the watching.
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