Kev Nish and his FEM bandmates take inspiration for the gritty music video from 'a real story of an ex girl.'
The Far East Movement party rockers premiere a gritty pill-popping music video in support of their latest single "Little Bird". It follows two lovers as they are going through a tumultuous relationship and gradually feeling numb to each other.
Kev Nish tells Earmilk about the video concept, "The video is a real story of an ex girl and the song 'Little Bird' is the metaphor for everyone's desire to always search for more, sometimes not realizing that what you might be looking for is right in front of you."
The single samples Feist and is taken from FEM's latest studio album "Dirty Bass". Of the song, Kev says, "[It] was amazing to do something outside the box with producer Cherry Cherry Boom Boom and get a chance to go deeper into our song writing."
Far East Movement's "Little Bird" Music Video