Just days after dropping the single, Trevor Jackson unveils the music video for “Apocalypse.”
The young heartthrob brings the tracks Euro Dancehall vibes to the screen in the cinematic single shot visual. While fighting his way through various scenarios of panic and hysteria in a dusty, post-apocalyptic set Jackson describes an unwavering love for his woman.
“If we were on Mars, and there were no more stars / Only flying cars / Girl I never would leave you,” he croons. “The more I know / And the less you don’t / About the things I do / Think that’s how we should keep it / ‘Cause the way I move / You just ain’t used to it / I don’t want to confuse you / I just know that I need you.”
After dropping a slick choreographed dance sequence for the cameras the fighting continues and Trevor falls victim to a stray bullet.
“The track is about that feeling of being confused about yourself or parts of your relationship,” says Jackson. “However, the one thing you do know for sure is that you need that person. Even if it was the end of the world you’d want them next to you.”
“Apocalypse” is the latest single off Trevor’s upcoming project Rough Drafts Pt. 1, which is coming soon. Tomorrow, he will join Justine Skye as a supporting act on her “Ultraviolet Tour.”