The 'Honeymoon' Is Over for Spencer Ludwig in New Exclusive Premiere


Rising pop vocalist Spencer Ludwig is premiering the music video for "Honeymoon," a tropical-tinged monitor concerning the breakdown of a relationship after the "honeymoon interval," which refers back to the starting pleasure and happiness of a brand new relationship.

"'Honeymoon' was written within the midst of a relationship that was falling aside. It began off like most relationships, simple and enjoyable, till we hit a tough patch," Ludwig tells Billboard. "'Honeymoon' examines the sentiments I had of being at that crossroads when have been have been confronted with the choice to push by means of or surrender."

"Honeymoon" options R&B artists Z and Drü Oliver, who add carry and stress to the ultimate expertise.

The video, which was filmed in a wide range of attribute areas in Ludwig's hometown of Los Angeles, brings the viewer into the sensation of being in a relationship that's spiraling uncontrolled with its off-kilter camerawork and speedy shifts between totally different visible moods and colour schemes.

"This video is the results of ardour and persistence. Everyone concerned gave it their all," Ludwig tells Billboard. "We have been working with just about no funds in any respect and positively with out permits however it nonetheless got here collectively superbly due to everybody’s dedication to creating one thing nice. I couldn't be extra pleased with this manufacturing and it wouldn't have been doable with out my unimaginable group of creatives from Mexico City, administrators JJ Cortes and Herminio Tovar and artwork director Ivania Hum. This is now our second official music video that we've labored on collectively (the primary being 'My Trumpet') and I'm excited and impressed to proceed working and rising with them."

The video for "My Trumpet" was launched in August in a busy yr for the previous Capital Cities instrumentalist, who was named considered one of YouTube's Artists in Residence and took his music to high-profile stay performances and video video games. 

Watch "Honeymoon" right here.