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Watch Charlie Puth Address the March For Our Lives in 'Change' Music Video

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Charlie Puth attends March For Our Lives Los Angeles on March 24, 2018 in Los Angeles.

“There’s such a theme of change happening,” says Charlie Puth, as he introduces his new song before the assembled masses at the March For Our Lives in Los Angeles. The song is aptly-titled “Change." And, Puth explains at the top of his new video, it “just feels like the right song to perform right now.” 

The U.S. singer and songwriter on Monday dropped "Change,” the James Taylor-featuring first single from Puth’s forthcoming second album, Voicenotes. And now, he’s shared the official video, which was filmed March 24 when he debuted the new song at the L.A. leg of the national student-led march in support of tighter gun control.

Everyone’s changing. Even Puth, who rocks a new, fuller (and much darker) hair-do and sports a shirt splashed with the mantra “Enough Is” on repeat. Check out the clip in full below.