Cheat Codes have released the official music video for “Heaven” today. The feel-good anthem takes the LA trio back to their roots with this high energy, pop-tinged tune. Showcasing Trevor’s uplifting falsetto over bouncy and catchy production, the video highlights how people reprioritize their lives and find their authentic selves in the face of unprecedented disaster (sound familiar?). In it you’ll see queer love, friends reuniting, self expression, and some adorable dog snuggles.
Of the video, Cheat Codes relay it’s about “becoming your authentic self in the face of unprecedented disaster. Hoping that the struggles that people are going through now will allow them to reevaluate what’s important in their life… If there’s one good thing that comes out of a situation (like the one we’re going through now), it’s that people are prioritizing what’s important to them and finding their truth.”
Cheat Codes recently made their acting debut with short film, music video around “No Service In The Hills” featuring Trippie Redd, blackbear and PRINCE$$ ROSIE. The video, directed by Bella Thorne (22.7m IG followers) and featuring influencers such as Logan Paul (17.6m IG followers) and Mike Majla (914k IG followers), takes you through a boys weekend gone bad and made waves with a satirical horror story that kept viewers laughing and on the edge of their seats.
The multi-platinum group, comprised of Trevor Dahl, Matthew Russell and Kevin Ford, have seen a meteoric rise since they first formed in LA, garnering over 4 billion stream to date and collaborating with artists across the board, including Liam Payne, Kim Petras, Fetty Wap, Demi Lovato, Little Mix, Sofia Reyes and many more.