During her recent tour throughout Australia, it seems that Adore Delano didn’t spend all of her time with her new boyfriend, Kristian Francuski. In fact, during her trip down under, a lot of time was spent filming her next music video ‘Jump The Gun’.
‘Jump The Gun’ will be Adore’s fifth music video off of her debut studio album ‘Till Death Do Us Party,’ which debuted at #1 on the iTunes dance charts in June.
“If you don’t invest in your craft, then you don’t really get a good pay off in the end,” Adore told Sydney Confidential.
Scenes for ‘Jump The Gun’ were filmed in several location thoughout Sydney, including Sydenham, Surry Hills and Kings Cross. Part of the video was also filmed in front of street artist Sid Tapia’s ‘Let it Shine’ mural (pictured below). The famous mural features a joyous, young girl with her arms outstretched as colorful balloons float around her.
Luke Nutley, the producer of the video, told Inner West Courier that the inner west area of Sydney was chosen to feature in the music video because of its youthful demographic.
“It was presented by my manager and I thought it looked cool,” Adore revealed.
Adore has yet to reveal the release date for the video, but, based on the time intervals between her last four videos, we expect it to debut sometime in the next two months. In the mean time, check out her latest music video for her single ‘Hello, I Love You’.