Exclusive: Anne-Marie Walks Us Through Her Incredible Music Video For 'Alarm'
You NEED to see this...
This month’s MTV Push artist is the brilliant Anne-Marie and she is SPOILING us with exclusives. So far she’s treated us to a stripped-back performance of her current single 'Alarm' plus an amazing cover of Ariana Grande's 'Dangerous Woman'. But now we’ve got even more for you as Anne-Marie exclusively walks us through her incredible music video for ‘Alarm’.
Commentating over the video, Anne-Marie came out with some great quotes. We decided to list some of our favourites for you below, but make sure to check out the video above to hear them all!
- [When Anne-Marie’s hanging out with all those cool people at the start] “These people were so cool. They were so lovely. I just wanted to stay friends with them but they live so far away…”
- [When Anne-Marie and the guy are flirting] “This whole video was so awkward for me…THAT BIT! Because I was literally like “ERRR” because I had to be pretending to be flirting and I can’t act. Luckily it came across alright!”
- [Speaking about the location] “We went to a really derelict place in Mexico. It was around two hours from the city. I don’t know what it used to be, but it was so beautiful.”
- [When the guy starts flirting with another woman] “This is where he tries it on with that girl…I actually started getting real life annoyed with him! Because I was this as real life and I was like “why are you trying it on with this girl?” Even when we were off camera I was like “what are you doing?!” (laughs). “I think he hated me in the end.”
- [Biting his shoulder] “I was hungry there.”
- [Driving off from the guy at the end of the video] “This next bit coming up in the car…I’m driving off and I look really cool. But I actually nearly crashed! I’ve never driven an automatic car before, and the first time I drove that I didn’t know how to stop it. I nearly crashed. But it ended up alright.
Anne-Marie will be performing at MTV Crashes Plymouth with us on 28th July. She's also busy working on her debut studio album, having had the likes of Digital Farm Animals, Steve Mac, Fraser T. Smith, Two Inch Punch and pals Rudimental and more in the studio on production duties.