Emotional Oranges, the mysterious Los Angeles-based RnB-centric collective whose run of critically acclaimed releases including - “Motion,” “Personal,” and most recently "Someone Else" bring to you the official music video for "Good To Me" from their debut full-length project “The Juice Vol. I”, via indie label Avant Garden. The music video directed by Danilo Parra, who has also worked with Carlie Hanson, A$AP Rocky and Skaters, explores the artistry of partnership while playing with various mediums from pottery and dance to showcase romanticism.
“This video deals with the haunting feeling of losing someone you're truly connected to. When an intimate relationship between two people is very strong, they begin to solidify together. And when that type of tight bond is psychically separated, the spirit is still there and continues to be connected. Pottery and the idea of building something with your hands felt like the perfect visual representation of our message.” – Emotional Oranges
A gently squeezed 8-song compilation, “The Juice Vol. I” showcases the “faceless, nameless RnB twosome Emotional Oranges’ … upbeat, groove-filled R&B,” as cited by Complex. On June 6th, the collective, who have been sending trendsetters and tastemakers on both sides of the Atlantic running for cover, wrapped up their CHILL BABY, CHILL Tour in London, UK making stops in New York City, Los Angeles and Amsterdam for sold-out shows as well. The group’s previous releases, lauded by the likes of Complex, Hypebeast, Ones to Watch, Vibe, Fader, Highsnobiety and more, reflect the cult following that Emotional Oranges have developed organically.
Watch “Good To Me” below and connect with Emotional Oranges on their website and social media.