Photo of Kid Runner by Courtney Armitage
As Kid Runner continues to promote their recent Body Language EP, the Columbus, Ohio alt-pop outfit has shared a rousing new set of visuals for their infectious single "Don't Change Me."
The clip, which Variance is premiering on Tuesday, arrives just in time for those heading back to the grind after a long holiday weekend. And the song itself is the perfect remedy for a sleepy Tuesday.
"When we wrote 'Don't Change Me,' it was all about confronting our flaws head on and accepting ourselves for who we were and who we are," the band's Fran Litterski tells Variance about the track. "Navigating the ups and downs of life and realizing that, 'Hey, I really like myself—so don't change me.' In the music video, we wanted to explore the idea of being an individual. Laughing at yourself. Hanging out with friends. Enjoying life. And discovering that breaking things is really really satisfying."
The band, which is coming off recent stints opening for the likes of The1975, X-Ambassadors and COIN, has been working on new music and several remixes, with shows planned for the fall.
In the meantime, the video for "Don't Change Me" can be seen below.