Through the song, the trio, who placed fourth in the second season of 'The X Factor (US)', wants to tell people that inner beauty is more attractive than outer beauty.
Emblem3 debuts the official music video for their single "Chloe (You're the One I Want)". The Ray Kelly-directed video, which was filmed in Los Angeles earlier this month, gives glimpses at group members Wesley Stromberg, Keaton Stromberg, and Drew Chadwick singing their song in a dressing room before moving to a stage.
The video also shows some unpopular girls who feel excluded and different from their more popular friends. The first girl receives a button that reads, "I'm a Chloe" from another girl. She then passes the button to other girls with the same insecurity. At the end of the song, the girls with the button are allowed to see Emblem3's performance while the popular girls are not.
Through the catchy song, Emblem3 tries to spread the message that inner beauty outshines and is more attractive than their outer beauty. "Chloe, I know your sister turns everyone on/ But you're the one I want," the trio coos. "You think she's got it all but that don't make her better/ You got my heart and that's the only thing that matters."
Emblem3 is a fourth placer in the second season of "The X Factor (US)". They signed to Simon Cowell's record label Syco Records and Columbia Records. The band said that they already finished their debut album. "The album is done," Drew announced last week. "We cut 22 songs and we had to choose 11 songs out of that. We got the cream of the crop of all the songs."
The band hasn't determined the album release date. They admitted that they hadn't chosen the title for the album either. "We're still in a debate on it," Wesley said. "I can't say it fully. But it's going to be cool."
Emblem3's "Chloe (You're the One I Want)" music video