We’ve heard of wearing your heart on your sleeve. But in Madison Beer’s video for “Unbreakable,” her co-stars literally carry their emotions around on the outside, scrawled across black balloons that describe how they feel about themselves.
The clip for the EDM-inflected pop anthem intercuts scenes of the raven-haired Schoolboy Records singer dancing with a smoking flare on a horse ranch with images of struggling teens holding balloons with messages including: I’m flawed, I hurt, Help me, I cut.
“We’re gonna ride through fire like we’ve never been burned/ We’re gonna laugh out loud like we’ve never been heard/ We’re gonna shout it out to the edge of the world/ We’re unbreakable/ You’re unbreakable,” Beer, 15, sings on the country-tinged tune’s chorus.
Pal and labelmate Justin Bieber was excited to see his protégé blossom.
— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) June 17, 2014
And the good news is by the end of the video, some of the teens have turned a corner, trading in their sad balloons for ones that read “I Love” and “You’re Special.”
Check out the “Unbreakable” video: