High Praise Coming in for Far East Movement's new video clip for "Little Bird"
Check out the swell of props coming in for Far East Movement's "Little Bird." The pensive and poetic track & video are resonating with journalists and audiences alike and reminding music lovers of Far East Movement's pensive and poetic side.
Here's an example of the write-up's:
"Far East Movement dropped the music video for “Little Bird” featuring Canadian singer Feist off their Dirty Bass album. The group departs from their party music by showing a more personal side with a deeper song. Based on the real story of an ex-girlfriend, the thought-provoking video examines the desire of a woman for both love and drugs. Which of these two forces is stronger for her? Will she get high on love or drugs? This little bird still struggles with decision even though she shown plenty of love and support." - channelapa.com
Below, check out links to high praise from PerezHilton.com ("We're beginning to think El Lay's own Asian-American quartet can do no wrong"), Idolator.com, ArjanWrites.com and more: