Ava Max Premieres New Music Video for “Kings & Queens”
- American singer-songwriter Ava Max premiered a new music video for “Kings & Queens” directed by Isaac Rentz on March 27th.
The song is taken form her upcoming debut album. The track sampled Bonnie Tyler's 1983 single “If You Were a Woman (And I Was a Man)”.
She told Paper Magazine about the song, “Kings and Queens" is an anthem for all queens — girls, gays — ready to take over the world because in my opinion we would have a better world if queens took over. It's just a fun song but also just really empowering. I feel like when we were making it, we really wanted to prove that queens are better in every way.”
She said of the video, “I wanted to write a treatment with the director that felt very theatrical and fun. I wanted it to feel like we were celebrating. We didn't care. We were there to have fun. I also wanted to have birds in the video, because I actually grew up with birds and it's kind of like a symbolic thing for me.”
- source : PAPER Magazine