Watch Justin Bieber’s New Music Video For ‘Available’ On Apple Music
The video marks the fourth and final instalment of his exclusive “Nature” series on the OS platform.
Justin Bieber has just dropped a new video for song ‘Available’ off his new album, Changes. The video, which is part of his “Nature” visual series for Apple Music, is available exclusively to subscribers of the streaming service.
‘Available’ marks the final instalment in the series, and follows stunning videos for ‘E.T.A.’, ‘Changes’ and ‘Habitual’ – which all feature the artist in various outdoor settings. Watch the teaser below.
New nature music video for #Available on @applemusic https://t.co/lKAWvrv5KW pic.twitter.com/DGuhIk90nN
— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) March 10, 2020
‘Available’ opens with the singer in a desert-like setting, surrounded by mountains and majestic, red-tinged skies. A graffiti-covered piano is the only other object in the scene. The visual also incorporates street-art-style animation, taking a cue from the piano. All four “Nature” videos were helmed by the Emmy Award-winning production company OBB Media, who have collaborated with Bieber on a variety of projects, including his recent “Seasons” series for YouTube and his ‘Intentions’ music video, featuring Quavo.
The Grammy Award-winning artist has been taking his creativity to new heights with Changes, incorporating a wealth of visual content around the 17-track album. In addition to the “Nature” series and the intimate “Seasons” videos, Bieber also worked with some of his favourite dancers and choreographers for “Changes: The Movement”. The dance videos, which do not feature Bieber, offer intricately-choreographed dance visuals set to songs from Changes.
Released on 14 February, Changes marks Bieber’s return to the airwaves after a three-year hiatus. His seventh No.1 record, Changes not only topped the Billboard 200 but also debuted at No.1 on Billboard’s R&B Albums chart. The album also peaked at No.1 in the UK and in Bieber’s native Canada and topped the iTunes album chart in a whopping 85 countries.
Looking ahead, Bieber is set to perform at the 2020 iHeartRadio Music Awards, airing 29 March on FOX, before heading out on an extensive four-month tour, which kicks off in Seattle at the CenturyLink Field on 14 May.
Watch the full video exclusively on Apple Music.