Recently, alt-rock band Switchfoot debuted the official music video for their latest single "i need you (to be wrong)." The artistically created music video was filmed by Erick Frost, and it debuted on YouTube this morning.
"This song to me is about how to relate to someone you have fundamental differences with," Switchfoot's guitar player Drew Shirley shared. "A friend, spouse, political party, or maybe yourself. We need each other's differences. I don't have it figured out."
Drew also shared some behind-the-scenes pictures from the filming on his Instagram page. The video was shot using reflection glass, a hand-held prism, and other items to give it a unique and creative feel.
In addition to the excitement of the new single and music video, Switchfoot also recently announced that they'll be hitting the road with NEEDTOBREATHE this fall for the Into The Mystery tour. Click here for tickets.
You can watch the music video for "i need you (to be wrong) by clicking here.