Jordan Bratton heads to church in the latest visual off his new project, Driver’s Ed.
The 22-year-old singer/songwriter/producer brings the mixtape’s lead single, “Pieces,” to life in the Cara Stricke-directed video. Seated at the piano in a Los Angeles church, Bratton confesses his feelings over a breakup, while his thoughts float and fly above through the clouds.
“Everybody wants a piece of me darlin’ / Everybody wants a piece of me lately / Everybody wants a piece of me baby / But since you’re gone it’s been tragic,” he sings over the Pop & Oak production. “Everybody wants a piece of me darlin’ / I don’t really see nobody else but you / Everybody wants a piece of me baby / Everybody but you.”
Speaking about the video Jordan says: “While we were shooting I was thinking about a lot of the same experiences that led to the writing of the song and it brought back real emotions, real anger, and real passion and I loved every moment because it was authentic and raw.”
Driver’s Ed is available on all digital music platforms now. Check out the “Pieces” video above.