For the video, band members Paul Klein, Jake Goss, and Les Priest don dark shirts and pants and mull around on a neon stage for the first minute of the song, before lining up for some (cute, but also pretty athletic) synchronized dancing. Though the members of LANY may not be professional dancers, they obviously put a bit of work into the choreography of this songs, especially at about the 2:40 mark in the video.
Though the subject matter of the song deals with long-distance relationships, the video is a simple single-shot on a white background colored by neon lights, and any reference to long-distances comes via interpretive dance moves. Like the lead singer of LANY, the video is very pretty. It also conjures some obvious connections to Drake's "Hotline Bling" video, in both lyrics and staging (and dance moves).
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