The newly-released music video sees a machine Perri dramatically turning into human as she sings about her heartache.
Christina Perri's music video in support of her latest single "Human" has been made available for viewing pleasure. It has simple, yet stunning visuals which work well with the lyrics. The Canadian singer is seen on a white platform against all-white background as she transforms from robot into human.
"I can turn it on/ Be a good machine/ I can hold the weight of words/ If that's what you need," she sings her heart out. "But I'm only human/ And I bleed when I fall down/ I'm only human/ And I crash and I break down/ Your words in my head, knives in my heart/ You build me up and then I fall apart."
Written by Perri and Martin Johnson (Avril Lavigne, Gavin Degraw), the ballad is one of the new materials included in Perri's second studio installment "Head or Heart", which is due in the U.S. on March 11. She will follow the album release with a North American tour starting April 4.
Christina Perri's "Human" music video