Heidi Newfield keeps things black and white in her new video for “Why’d You Have To Be So Good.” The two settings – one entirely in black and the other entirely in white – represent the emotions heard in the power ballad.
“There’s a constant struggle between hope and fear within all of us,” she said. “This video allows the viewer to watch that internal struggle play out. The black represents the sadness you feel when you lose someone or a fear that has its grip on us. The white represents hope, which will always exist even in the midst of fear if we only allow it.”
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Directed by Eric Welch, Heidi first heard the song eight years ago. She knew it was special, but let the song find her again before she recorded it as her own. Filming the video gave her the chance to try something outside of her comfort zone.
“I think this video is amazing and so different than anything else out there,” she said. “I got the chance to dig deep and pull from some real emotions. It was also fun to play with the hair and makeup and fashion forward look throughout. I think my fans will get it and love it and I hope to make a lot more new fans with this one as well.”
“Why’d You Have To Be So Good” is the first single from Heidi’s forthcoming album.