There’s A Lot Going On In Jarryd James & Broods’ “1000x” Video
Jarryd James teams up with Broods for “1000x,” the lead single from High — A.K.A. the international version of the Aussie singer/songwriter’s debut LP, Thirty One. The revised album contains the Raury-assisted overhaul of “Do You Remember” (a double platinum smash hit at home) and equally catchy follow-up “Give Me Something.” Produced by Joel Little, the newcomer’s latest track is a lush, moody affair that looks back on a past relationship from an unusually forgiving perspective.
That is also reflected by the video, which arrived today (July 19). Neither Jarryd or the Nott siblings feature in the emotional visual, which documents the end of a seemingly strong relationship. There’s a lot going on here — a lesbian hook-up, infidelity and an over-the-top breakdown — but it’s certainly attention-grabbing and has a very, very good soundtrack. Watch the more-is-more extravaganza up top.