"Let the magical and infectious visuals take you to a place void of time and space."
Grace Mitchell has many sides.
The Portland-based singer-songwriter is someone else entirely in her new music video for "Now," a followup to the grungy "Kids (Ain't All Right)." In "Now," Mitchell explores the many facets of being a pop star, embracing the "past, present, future, dreams, possibilities [and] desires," as she puts it.
What does that look like? It's sex, it's rock, it's dizzying colors and distorted perception. "Don't you wanna be in the now?", the 19-year-old sings over massive '80s-inspired production.
In the clip, Mitchell sports vastly different looks – a sex kitten throwing sultry stares, a badass rocker chick and a rebel. "Let the magical and infectious visuals take you to a place void of time and space," she tells Out. When the synths kick in at the end, shit gets crazy. A real pop gem.