Any relationship can crumble just as quickly as love came to be, and Brielle is here to spell that out. Following the release of her sparkling debut single "Catch A Star For You" and in anticipation of her debut album Ready for War, the New York pop star has dropped a dramatic new music video for her latest single "Avalanche," and Music Times has the first peek.
The cinematic clip, which was directed by Clifton Bell and produced by Kareem Johnson pulls out the lyrics of "Avalanche" and brings them to life, as a once blissful relationship between Brielle and her video hunk turns sour.
"It's about a relationship that has gone through a lot of good and bad turmoil, and it's at the point where the couple can't decide whether they should end it all or whether it's worth it to keep continuing and fight," Brille told Music Times about the story behind the bombastic single. "It happens a lot with relationships -- one side is working more for the relationship than the other side, and it's just a tug-of-war and nobody really knows what's going on. So, that's the suspense in the moment of what the song is."
That translates to the music video, which features relationship-ending fights, drama and an intensely emotional studio performance from an always glamorous Brielle.
"We're basically spelling that out in the music video to draw out the emotion of what everybody goes through when they're in the part of a relationship like that," Brielle said. "There's a lot of acting because we are drawing out a lot of emotion like that"
Watch the media premiere of Brielle's new music video "Avalanche" below:
"Avalanche" is the new single from Brielle, from her forthcoming debut album Ready for War. The song is available for purchase on iTunes now.