Ingrid Andress‘ new track, “Really feel Like This,” tells the story of discovering real love after leaving a turbulent relationship, and the music video units that optimistic story to display in an actual manner.
Directed by Olivia Bee, the video begins with Andress — the video’s lead character — within the throes of a tumultuous partnership. She sits on the tip of a mattress because the track begins, and lays subsequent to her accomplice, seemingly considering the state of the connection.
The track continues, mentioning manipulation, gasoline lighting and jealousy, whereas scenes from a extra poisonous relationship play out onscreen. By the tip of the verse, Andress is left behind by her accomplice, in tears at the hours of darkness of evening.
The tune modifications within the refrain, nevertheless, as Andress meets somebody new, and the video brightens up in response. The video reveals her driving a bike, and when she drops her glove, it’s picked up by a stranger who turns into her new love curiosity.
The remainder of the video reveals scenes of a cheerful and wholesome relationship. The 2 gradual dance in a discipline, snort within the kitchen and journey on a bike collectively on the open street — all whereas Andress sings about beginning to really feel what she thinks is real love.
“Yeah, this looks like selfmade cooking / Like yard kissing / Like maintain the door open and I snort however it’s good / Like Sunday sleepin’ in / Child, I am leaning in / Conversations, I can inform that you just’re listening,” she sings within the refrain.
“I assumed I knew what / I knew what love was / Guess I did not know in any respect / ‘Trigger I do not know what that is / However I believe love’s purported to really feel like this,” she continues.
“Really feel Like This” was co-written by Andress and Julia Michaels, and it seems on her new album, Good Individual, out now.