Misty Boyce has come a long way since her days as the keyboardist for The Naked Brothers band. The New Mexico native is all grown up, readying herself to realease her second full length album, The Life Jan. 20th, and Baeble is excited to premiere her new music video for the title track.
Shot all around the Los Angeles area, Misty's sweet voice seamlessly melds with grungy guitars and shoulder shaking beats as she appears in a 99cent store, the desert, a laundromat, on a freeway overpass, next to street art and more.
About the video Misty tells Baeble:
"Making this video was so much fun! Filipe (the director) and I have known each other for years, so it felt like just getting your buds in a car for a road trip. LA and its surrounding areas are incredibly rich in imagery and inspiration, so we had a blast just driving around town finding cool, interesting spots to shoot. Going up to Joshua Tree (my first time), climbing rocks, and then Angeles National Forest, hiking around and building a make-shift platform in the middle of a stream for me to sing from, just felt like kids building forts and playing around, but a video happened. Which, to me, embodies the sentiment of the song...a full life created by planting yourself in the richness of each moment, fighting the urge to construct some version of it that seems "right"
Misty just finished touring with Sara Bareilles' "Little Black Dress" tour, opening sold out shows in New Zealand, Japan and Singapore; and will soon be out on her to support The Life release throughout the U.S. and Germany.
Click play below to take the video for a spin!
Directed, edited and produced by Filipe Bessa
Special thanks to: Christi Leftwich, Mark Beumer, and Natalie Schaad