Whereas singing an upbeat bop about ‘altering somebody for the higher,’ pop woman group Boys World delivers a music video that appears adequate to eat!
There isn’t any chocolate in “All Me,” the brand new video from Boys World, however there’s loads of sweetness. Within the visible, the group – composed of Elana Caceres, Olivia Ruby, Queenie Mae, Lillian Kay, and Makhyli – put together for a day’s work of their candy-colored manufacturing unit. However, as an alternative of manufacturing sweets and sugary snacks, the work Boys World does contain…nicely, a boy. After summoning a half-asleep slob in a unclean t-shirt and shorts, the women get busy remodeling him into the “higher model” of himself. It doesn’t take a lot – primary hygiene, easy tidiness, a brand new wardrobe – however the outcomes flip this “caveman” right into a “modified man.”
“We’re so excited so that you can take heed to our new music ‘All Me.’ It’s every little thing you need in a music video, from dancing to an thrilling storyline and a enjoyable Willy Wonka really feel!” the band tells HollywoodLife. “Thrilling” is one of the simplest ways to explain “All Me,” a music that bubbles with enjoyable like a chilly soda in the summertime earlier than exploding with delight like a mouthful of Pop Rocks. “We’re all actually enthusiastic about ‘All Me,’” Elana tells HollywoodLife. “I believe it’s a music that lots of people can relate to. It’s all about altering somebody for the higher!”
“ ‘All Me’ is a hard-hitting document with a candy Candyland really feel!” says Makhyli. On the middle of “All Me,” like a Jawbreaker (or eternal Gobstopper), is a tough fact, that common and relatable message Elana talked about. “Boys ain’t ever prepared when you really want ’em / Humorous how they man up when ya go and go away ’em / Each woman I do know already is aware of the sensation / Turned a lump a coal right into a gold mine,” sings Lilian on a verse. The music celebrates the ability of ladies, who normally have their acts collectively, and the way by proxy, boys get their act collectively. “All Me” demonstrates that because the unnamed boy will get turned from slob to a Harry Kinds-esque snack.
Interspersed all through the video are scenes of Boys World delivering some fierce footwork. “We cherished studying choreography to the entire music,” Lilian tells HollywoodLife. “The vitality was loopy enjoyable for this one!” As for the styling, Olivia says the visible had “the good monochromatic appears to be like,” and that the band “had a lot enjoyable filming ‘All Me.’ It’s our favourite music video we’ve finished!”
“All Me” is out now.