The song's surreal music video was directed by Ryan Hamblin and features Hayes wandering through an abandoned building when he comes across a shattered disco ball on the ground, Hayes embarks on a journey as clips of him in his younger days play on the mirrors around him. The artist explained to Travel + Leisure
that the visual expresses visually his take on the song's lyrics.
"The whole thing was just carefully sang about not letting your past determine who you always will be," he said. "That's why I wanted the mirror thing. Mirrors are such a great visual version of the movement that can happen. Mirrors can kind of block you in."
"And looking back the wrong way can kind of be deceiving. You have to dream about your future, you've got to shape your future, you've got to look towards your future," Hayes continued. "Embrace your past, embrace everything that it made you and know that it made you stronger to carry on and move on."