Molly Kruse returns with a video for her song, “Come Back to Me”, off her self-titled EP. Inspired by a short relationship, Kruse shares her feelings of joy and reverie through blissfully nostalgic instrumentation and retro visuals. She enlisted renown film orchestrator, Randy Kerber, and director Erin Lunsford to bring her vision to life.
“It was imperative to me that the audience experience the pure elation and joy I felt while creating the song, so Erin and I worked tirelessly to emphasize that feeling. We envisioned using a classic car – to enhance the retro vibe of the song – and setting the shoot in Malibu – to get that classic, California, 1960’s beach feeling.”
“Come Back to Me” gives off strong nostalgia vibes through Motown-esque instrumentation and her sweet, soulful vocal. The song’s message is wholesome as is the accompanying music video in which she spends a romantic day with her beau, former cast member of VH1’s “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” Nicholas Canyon, on the beach. The video perfectly complements the track’s feelings of reminiscing over a past love through the beautiful cinematography.
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