Secondhand Serenade's 'Something More' Music Video Debuted


Secondhand Serenade's 'Something More' Music Video Debuted


Director Declan Whitebloom rolls his cameras to capture the lives of Thompson Suite 1010 temporary residents including John Vesely.

One-man act Secondhand Serenade takes fans inside Thompson Suite 1010 in a music video for his single "Something More". The clip captures the lives of some people who stay temporarily in the room and one of those temporary residents is singer/songwriter John Vesely who is occupied with his songwriting.

A self-written song, "Something More" is driven by a piano melody and mid-tempo percussion. The track is confirmed to serve as the lead single from Vesely's upcoming third studio album "Hear Me Now". The music video for the song is directed by Declan Whitebloom.

"Hear Me Now" itself is expected to hit market across United States on August 3. While waiting the effort to arrive in stores, fans can attend John Vesely's on-going tour which will continue at least until September. Remaining dates of the traveling show can be found on his MySpace.

Secondhand Serenade's "Something More" music video

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