Nashville artist Chris Jobe returns to our site with visuals for his recent single “Lonely Lives”. Following the success of his debut single “Thank You Internet,”which reached over 1 million views on Facebook, the soulful singer, known for his heart-on-his-sleeve honesty and rejection of machismo, is using his new music to showcase sensitivity as a strength in a world that needs it now more than ever.
“I wrote this song for a friend that put up mad walls after I tried to console them about being embarrassed at party. With that in mind, I wanted to be a walking metaphor in the video… a person who wears a spiky exterior for protection, but one that also makes their ego more fragile and isolated. So, I rocked sharp barbed wire, chains, a blue suit, and giant balloons as I sang and danced in the middle of Manhattan on a Monday. It was fun! No one really cared, except for NYPD in the subway. Whoops, my b!”