Brandon Jenner Looks For Inner Peace in Somber 'All I Need Is You' Video: Exclusive

Brandon Jenner
Jen Rosenstein 

Brandon Jenner

On a mission to provide a sense of comfort through music, Brandon Jenner offers honest words of sympathy with "All I Need Is You," the video for which is premiering exclusively on Billboard today (Oct. 11). 

The black-and-white video follows Jenner walking around on the streets of California and peacefully playing guitar. Adding a sense of intimacy to the Los Angeles scenery, the camera also captures different people and details on the streets. 

Jenner wrote the song in response to the shootings of Oct. 1, 2017 in Las Vegas and Feb. 4, 2018 in Parkland, Fla., as he explains to Billboard. "I was focused on a father I saw in a news interview on the evening of the Parkland shooting, who was expressing his frustration over the fact that he could not remember if he said good bye to his daughter as she left for school that day," Jenner shares. "His words were devastating to me as I could not imagine what it must be like to lose a child in such a horrific manner."

On the earthy, slowed-down ballad, Jenner contemplates loss, in an attempt to give hope to anyone who is processing some sort of emotional damage in their lives. 

The mellow track is off his recent album Face the World, which serves as a compilation of ideas about being comfortable with who you are, and allowing yourself to make mistakes. 

Get a first look at the "All I Need Is You" video below.


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