Foxes savors her "Youth" in this brand-new video.
If indie-pop singer Foxes sounds familiar to you, perhaps it's because you literally couldn't escape her vocals this summer on Zedd's EDM smash "Clarity." Or maybe you'll remember her from Fall Out Boy's "Just One Yesterday" or Rudimental's "Right Here"? (Girl's been around!) Lately, however, the fringed U.K. songstress has been striking out on her own, and today she's got a brand-new video to share for her debut U.S. single: "Youth."
Watch Foxes' "Youth" video after the jump.
Directed by James Copeland, "Youth" features Foxes (aka Louisa Allen) being just that: young. The "Artist To Watch" VMA nominee kicks things off by hanging out in a black-and-white office space, but there's nothing dull or drab about her. Turns out the nine-to-five world just isn't for Allen, so she decides to spend the rest of "Youth" wreaking havoc with her (equally gorgeous) friends. Throughout the day (and night), Allen and her "forever young" cast of characters run through the streets laughing, hanging out in abandoned parking lots, bathing in public, wearing Mickey Mouse ears, dancing around a bonfire, etc. "Don't tell me our youth is running out," sings Allen. Don't worry, lady -- we know only a smattering of people who could get away with rocking Mickey Mouse ears, and they're ALL under 25. You're fine!
Download "Youth" on iTunes starting Aug. 20, and look out for Foxes' upcoming Youth EP when it drops Oct. 8.
+ Watch Foxes' "Youth" video.
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