Genre-defying Dominican-Irish artist jame minogue has released a stunning new music video for his anti-love single, “You’re Thinking Of Me“. The groovy, confident track is taken from his recently released sophomore EP, Príncipe Azul and finds minogue floating between English and Spanish, bridging the gaps between cultures.
Inspired by youthful crushes experienced universally, minogue and director Camila Noriega chose to highlight the stillness and stagnancy of this type of relationship in the music video. Many of the compositions took their inspiration from Noriega’s favorite mid century painters such as R. Kenton Nelson.
minogue explains, “I really wanted to create a visual world which emphasized this initial part of Principe Azul’s (Prince Charming’s) experience with love. At this point in the EP, love feels super materialistic, playful and even comedic. The creative intention was to double down on what the song is about, while hoping to make some people laugh with the relatable narrative.”