The song's music video was directed by AG Rojas, who also shot the visuals for Emeli Sandé's "Daddy
" and Jack White's "Sixteen Saltines
." The clip features real life young couples from varied backgrounds making out and living their lives.
Diplo said of the video: "It's like an overgrown city.. industrial graveyard but still breeds life and feeling. We finally got to collab with AG which was one of our goals with the Jack U project."