Stellar dance moves (which we venture to guess were inspired by smurfs), a subtle 80's motif, the vacant eyes of a desperate stalker — there are so many things to love about Nathan Hartono's new music video, it's hard to choose our favourite (but it's probably the plastered smile he wears that conveys no emotion, demonstrating how complete his fixation with this girl is).
In the video, Nathan beckons to his office crush/obsession, singing the lyrics "I'm giving you all the love / come on over" like a siren's mating call.
Professing his love in various locations such as a club, a rooftop, and a supermarket, many scenes also feature the local pop darling staring longingly at the girl like a schoolboy in a over dramatized cartoon.
All in all, it's a pretty catchy tune and a highly amusing video. This release is his first single in three years, and is ahead of his one night concert entitled New Tricks to be held this Saturday (9th July) at the Esplanade Concert Hall.
Watch Nathan Hartono's music video for 'Electricity':
Watch Nathan Hartono perform 'Waves' on Bandwagon Sessions: