As long as we're together, there's no place I'd rather be. ~Clean Bandit and Jess Glynne
Adam Rifkin stashed this in Music Videos!
The music video was directed by the group and was uploaded to YouTube on 5 December 2013. It has since received more than 420 million views. The video was filmed in Tokyo, Japan and features Haruka Abe as a Japanese fan. During the video, Abe lip-syncs to Jess Glynne's vocals. The band comments:
"The video is about a Japanese fan of the band who becomes delirious and has hallucinations of band members and our logo appearing unexpectedly in her daily life as a chef. Filming in Tokyo was an amazing experience: we spent almost a week there and everyone was so helpful. We made it ourselves as always, which was quite scary as we've never produced anything so far away before. We had a bit of trouble filming the scene on the train though. Turns out it's considered incredibly rude to make noise on a train so when we started dancing around to the track in the carriage with the extras, it didn't go down well! Got shouted at."
"If you gave me a chance, I would take it... When I am with you, there's no place I'd rather be."
The song reminds me of "Finally" by Ce Ce Peniston from 1991:
It also reminds me of "Just Another Dream" by Cathy Dennis in 1991:
So yeah the song reminds me of the 1990s.
Also reminds me of Potential Breakup Song by Aly and AJ, and Cruel by the Veronicas.