Bridgit Mendler has dropped a brand new video for “Do You Miss Me At All?”, off of her Nemesis EP.
In the visual, Bridgit sings through barriers — a door, windows and even the shower glass — wondering if an ex is thinking about her.
“Missing someone can be a solitary feeling. You don’t always know that the person on the other end feels the same way,” Bridgitshares about the song. “This song was my way of coping with the radio silence.”
Bridgit Mendler keeps it cute on the red carpet at the 2016 Save the Children Illumination Gala held at The Plaza hotel on Tuesday night (October 25) in New York City.
The “Atlantis” singer joined Dakota Fanning and Jennifer Garner at the annual event, which benefitted Save the Children’s efforts to give more children a stronger start in life by helping end preventable maternal, newborn and child deaths and by supporting early childhood education.
Bridgit took the stage to present The Next Generation Award to Bachir Boumaazza aka Athene.
The event also honored Iman, Richard Curtis, and Toys “R” Us.
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Bridgit Mendler dances around in a bedroom in her new music video for “Atlantis”.
The 23-year-old singer and actress recruits her friends and breaks into her ex’s home in the video, which features rapper Kaiydo.
“We went through a ton of ideas and when I first got Allie’s treatment, her fresh perspective was undeniable,” Bridgit shared in a statement [via Noisey]. “I told her I had my heart set on working with her and from there we found a concept that had dark, satirical, plus heart-aching moments.”
She added, “I break into my ex’s house and try to recreate our lost love while he is passed out. Even in the midst of fun and light moments in life, my heart is as limp as his hand hitting my knee while we dance in the kitchen.”