After bursting onto the scene with his mellow single, “Nothing’s Changed,” Portsmouth, UK artist Isaac Waddington is back to release the visual component of that track. Feast your eyes on the video for “Nothing’s Changed” below.
The video for “Nothing’s Changed” finds Waddington overcoming exactly what troubled him while making the original tune. See, “Nothing’s Changed” is all about the frustration of the doing the same thing over and over and not getting beyond one’s standard routine. In his video, Waddington makes his dreams come true by ditching the grey skies of his native U.K. for the sandy dunes of Morocco.
As to be expected with a song as sunny and warm as “Nothing’s Changed,” the video is equally bright and light-hearted. Waddington and his cohort spend the majority of the video dancing in the Sahara, sliding down mountains made of sand and smiling big bright, full mouth smiles.
“Nothing’s Changed” is the first single of Waddington’s upcoming EP Borselli, so expect a lot more groovy tunes to come your way soon. Until then, keep your eyes and ears locked right here on EARMILK.