Los Angeles pop duo The Underclassmen have debuted a video for their latest single “Dive In.”
The video, directed by Jacob Reynolds with assistance from Nick Gaiski and produced by Curtis Douglas, was filmed in Arizona and includes several locations featuring the state’s incredible scenery.
“[The] music video is a representation of how people’s obligations get in the way of them following love, their dreams, or their own intuitions with reckless abandon,” vocalist Justin Cole said.
“The song and video focuses on escaping the everyday grind and just letting go,” added guitarist Dan Picarel. “The video is full of scenic shots of nature and the fantasy of being able to ‘dive in’ and run away from normal life.”
“Dive In” will be the second single released by The Underclassmen and co-writen with Curtis Douglas and Drew Alexander. Douglas and Alexander also acted as co-producers on the track. Other credits include mixing done by Douglas and mastering by Chris Gehringer.
The Underclassmen premiered their debut single “Former Life” and its video in June.
Watch the “Dive In” video below: