Shot by British Director, Rob Akin in Uxbridge, Jorja says, “The song is about people in relationships that aren’t healthy or good for them - they deserve better but don’t know any different. It’s about people keeping up appearances. This video is reflective of the times I used to babysit whilst growing up, as well as my own family experiences - the video is just a take on what I’ve seen.”
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It follows the release of her ‘Be Right Back’ EP.
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Lifted from her forthcoming new project ‘Be Right Back’.