Birdy lifts the mask off of her face in her brand new music video for “Keeping Your Head Up”.
The song is featured on the 19-year-old singer’s upcoming album, Beautiful Lies, which drops on March 25th.
“This is my coming of age record,” she shared about the album. “I’ve learned so much in the last few years and have been able to use the many experiences – good and bad – as inspiration when writing this album.”
Birdy added, “This is the album that I’ve been able to steer most confidently and proudly, from the writing to the production to the artwork. A lot of the album is about finding light in the dark and overcoming the times when we feel completely lost.”
“We are ONE DAY AWAY! #GlowingInTheDark will be available TOMORROW on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and more. But if you can’t wait that long, tune in TONIGHT to our YouTube channel (The Girl and the Dreamcatcher) to see the music video — Midnight tonight, EST,” Ryan shared with fans on Instagram.
The Girl and the Dreamcatcher – Glowing in the Dark
“I’ve always been a Bond fan – who isn’t – but when I heard Sam Smith sing this song, I saw it as an opportunity to play Bond characters,” the 15-year-old songstress shared. “What made this video even more fun to make was having my sister Juliet play the villain!”
This is Jackie‘s third single off of her upcoming album, following “All of the Stars” and “Safe and Sound”.
Jackie‘s rendition of “Writing’s On The Wall” will hit iTunes on Friday, January 29th.
Jackie Evancho – Writing’s on the Wall (James Bond – Spectre)
“As huge fans of Kung Fu Panda, we couldn’t be more excited to be part of Kung Fu Panda 3!” the band dished about being a part of the film.
They added, “It’s amazing that our own version of ‘Kung Fu Fighting’ will be heard everywhere around the world and it was an honour to be asked to put our spin on such an iconic song. Shooting the video was so much fun and we can’t wait for everyone to see it.”
Jess Glynne gets chatty with her new Cuban friends in her brand-new video for “Ain’t Got Far To Go”.
The 26-year-old British singer headed to Havana to film the video for her sixth single from her debut album, I Cry When I Laugh.
“’Ain’t Got Far To Go’ is a really special song for me. It was a very defining moment in creating the album, it was the song that made everything make sense and I can’t thank Knox Brown enough for that,” Jess shared in a statement.
She added, “Making this video in Cuba was so fitting, the journey the colors the people everything was so perfect. We met some amazing people who were so grateful, charming and hard-working and that’s what this song is about. Once again Declan and Jolene brought the song to life and I think it’s my favourite video so far in so many ways. I hope you enjoy it!”
Jess Glynne – Ain’t Got Far To Go [Official Video]
Skylar Stecker has magic twirling around her in the brand new music video for “Wish Now” from Disney’s Star Darlings, premiering exclusively on JustJaredJr.com.
The 13-year-old singer sings the new anthem for Disney’s on-air special, which will premiere this coming Friday, January 29th, on Disney Channel.
“I love all the characters, they’re so cute. I love Leona with her big hair. It’s awesome,” Skylar dished in a cute video interview, which you can watch inside the cut. “I feel like I can relate to her dreams and her wish because I’m a singer and she’s also a singer.”
Skylar added, “‘Wish Now’ is really girl empowering. As long as you work hard, and go after it and stay positive, anything is possible.”
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Skylar Stecker – “Wish Now” Music Video – Disney’s Star Darlings