Ashley Tisdale opens up about her struggles with nervousness in her new single, "Love Me & Let Me Go," however her new video for the tune proves that confronting psychological well being points in tune doesn't all the time need to be darkish.
Tisdale makes use of symbolism to characterize the completely different levels of tension within the video, which opens with the singer writhing in a dimly lit room, exhibiting indicators of ache as she sings, "I been chained as much as my thoughts." The surroundings steadily turns into brighter and tinted pink as Tisdale grabs maintain of her nervousness, staring into the digital camera as she declares "When emotions management me, they ain't gonna maintain me again."
“'Love Me & Let Me Go' is a tune the place I’m speaking to my nervousness," Tisdale explains to Billboard in a press release concerning the moody pop observe with a skittering beat. "The music video represents the emotions of being trapped and needing to let go.”
Letting go is precisely what occurs by the tip, when, after struggling below a black, gauzy veil and reeling in a tub full of milk, Tisdale floats above the bottom to represent that she's lastly freed from her feelings.
"Love Me & Let Me Go" is the newest observe from Tisdale's forthcoming third album, Symptoms, following the lead single "Voices In My Head." Tisdale has but to announce a launch date for the LP, however she has promised it's "probably the most genuine factor I've accomplished." Symptoms is the long-awaited follow-up to Tisdale's 2009 sophomore album, Guilty Pleasure.