New Release: Colbie Caillat "Hold On" Directed by Cameron Duddy and Harper Smith

Posted by Doug Klinger on January 17, 2014 in New Releases

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BLVD Industries

Directed by Cameron Duddy and Harper Smith, the video for “Hold On” by Colbie Caillat feels almost like a music video version of a ballet. It builds slowly, opening with Colbie laying and walking on sparkling sand, with a cosmic backdrop projected behind her, surrounded by dancers. As the chorus kicks in, Colbie and the dancers’ choreography gets much bigger, and the spinning background begins to blend with Colbie’s dress. From this point the video grows into a full-fledged dance video, with the lights moving around Colbie and the dancers as they perform, and a very theatric feel to all of the choreography.

“Hold On” was produced by Sarah Park for BLVD Industries and can be downloaded as a single now.

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Doug Klinger is the co-founder/content director of IMVDb and watches more music videos than anyone on earth. You can find him on twitter at @doug_klinger.

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