December 27, 2013 08:55:18 GMT
The video sees the singer performing the song while being surrounded by strobe lights.
Katy B has dropped the visuals for her new single, "Crying for No Reason". In the four-minute visuals, the British singer is seen performing the emotional ballad while being surrounded by strobe lights in a dark stage set.
"Crying for No Reason" was co-written by Katy B with frequent collaborators Gordon "Geeneus" Williams and Guy Chambers. It appears in the songstess' upcoming sophomore album, "Little Red".
The album is due out in February, 2014. In addition to the new song, the new record will feature previously-released singles "5 AM" and "Aaliyah". There'll be collaboration songs with Jessie Ware and Sampha as well.
"The new album has a lot of songs that I cry to-songs that run really deep. I've gone through a lot of changes in the last couple of years and had a lot of realizations that come through on the album, too," Katy B said of the follow-up to 2011's "On a Mission" earlier this year.
Katy B's "Crying for No Reason" music video