In the upbeat video for “End of the Night,” premiering below, pop singer-songwriter Taylor Noelle questions if her romantic feelings are returned by the man she’s been sidling up to all night at a party.
“We plotted out every moment of the video, loosely basing the concept on a house party where young love comes to fruition,” Noelle says of working with director Joey Brodnax. “The alternating between reality and an inner dreamlike state really captures what my experience was like. We explored everything that the song was inspired by — joy, excitement, suspense, self-actualization.”
Noelle, daughter of Nashville star Charles Esten, has been steadily building her own career with plans to release an EP later this year though Warner Music Group’s distribution platform, Level. Up next is a Feb. 13 concert in Nashville followed by a run of college tour dates throughout the Southeast in late Spring.
‘“End of the Night’ is the expression of a tidal wave of emotions I experienced in the span of about thirty seconds: Overwhelming joy, disbelief, a sense of fulfillment of destiny, the feeling of embracing truth, utter peace and not a care in the world. The giddiness of young love,” she says. “The song poured out of me as I processed these emotions after the fact. The song captures how heart-pounding and exhilarating the moment was for me. I am so thrilled to finally have this song out in the world. It’s my favorite song I’ve ever written.”