Morgan Myles Takes Fans Behind the Scenes of Her ‘Acapella’ Video Shoot [Watch]
Myles gives her own uniquely jaunty take on lost love in "Acapella," placing a sheen of doo-wop vocal harmonies behind a finger-snapping chorus which dismisses the notion that she's singing the blues after a breakup.
"I'm singing acapella / Me, myself and I / Solo feels so right, without you keeping time / I don't need your minor chords / 'Cause I don't need to cry no more / Some things just don't sound that good together / I'm better acapella / I'm better acapella," she sings in the chorus.
She wanted to convey a special message in the video for "Acapella."
"I wanted a video that was just about people finding their inner strength," she explains in the clip above, which is debuting exclusively with Taste of Country today.
Myles showcases a broad slate of characters in the video, with people of all ages, races and interests coming together to showcase how the world is better through diversity. Clad in a yellow lace dress and a denim jacket emblazoned across the back with "Acapella," Myles wanders the streets, parks and alleys in the video, engaging in impromptu jams and dance sessions with a wide range of new friends.
Myles plans to release a new EP later in 2018 via Edge Music Nashville. The Pennsylvania native weaves themes of strength, perseverance and empowerment into her songs frequently, and they are topics she knows a lot about first-hand, as she has struggled and worked for years to chase her own Nashville dreams.
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