Singer Chlo Subia recently released the music video for her single, "Wrong Side of Love," and J-14 talked with the recording artist all about it. The dramatic black-and-white vid really set the mood for her to tell a story. With such a striking visual effect, we had to ask about the inspiration behind the project.
"I really wanted to bring the song to life visually. I wanted it to tell a story about a real situation that I think a lot of girls can relate to. I also wanted the viewer to be able to see all elements of who I am as an artist/singer/songwriter/dancer/teenager, so they could connect with different parts of me. But I also wanted the video to be super creative and artistic visually. I thought the black-and-white images make the story more dramatic and moody," she revealed.
It's awesome that she had such a strong vision for her project, especially because it came to life perfectly!
She continued, "I love the nighttime city shots in Downtown LA. I think these images show a lot of energy with the city as a backdrop as my character gets more empowered. It’s like the city environment is making her stronger."
So what was the vibe like on set? Chlo revealed that one of the funniest behind-the-scenes moments involved a furry friend! She says that there was a dog that wanted to be involved in filming.
"The owner of the loft we were filming the video in had an awesome dog named Winston, who wanted to be cast in the video, no doubt. Winston kept getting in all of the shots and stopping production. He was super cute, though, so no one minded," she said. How cute! Maybe Chlo can have a puppy star in her next music video?
Check out Chlo's "Wrong Side of Love" music video below!