The music video for this song, directed by Zach Eisen, chronicles events in reverse order. "It's not completely clear, but it's supposed to insinuate that the very end of the night, when you are in the bathtub, the water is all the way up, and you're fully clothed, you are trying to cleanse yourself of this sadness," said Davis. "It feels like a tragedy, and you just want to sink into it, to escape it. You can't tell whether it's a rebirth or a death, in a strange way."
"There are all of these different scenes," she added. "You have this club scene that happens in the middle - once you've gone through this devastating breakup, you run out to find some distraction, or some place where there are other bodies that will make you feel like you're not alone, and you participate in the dancing and the catharsis of being in this really kinetic space. Then, towards the end of the video, which to me is like the beginning of the whole story, is when you see this dancing couple. And at the very end, I don't know if you notice, but he does slip out of the embrace, so it's him leaving the moment, or the relationship.
We had some challenges with the editing because the idea was quite ambitious. But that was the sentiment we were trying to get across: the idea of losing someone or having to go through this major shift and having to respond to that. It's meant to be very emotional and very sad."