Album: When the Morning Comes (2015)


  • A Great Big World sing here of someone special. That person is essential to them in the same way as an oasis is needed to survive in a desert.
  • A Great Big World told Billboard magazine about the video. "We reached out to director Elliott Sellers because we were both in awe of his stunning visual work and ability to shoot outside of the box," the duo said. "We wanted a concept that was not so literal for this song, but that visually represented the grandness of love and universal connectedness."

    Los Angeles Cinematographer Elliott Sellers' other credits include the visuals for Jason Mraz's "The Woman I Love" and Christiani Perri's "Human."


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