Song comes off her not too long ago launched The Loveliest Time album
Carly Rae Jepsen desires nothing greater than to spend time with you (sure, you … actually!) for “Anything to Be With You,” however for no matter cause, you don’t appear to be out there, and he or she spends a lot of the video strolling and twirling on metropolis streets alone. “Anything you wanna do, I actually wanna do with you,” she sings on the track, which leads off her not too long ago launched The Loveliest Time. “I may be pals with your pals, your pals/Anything to be with you.” Maybe she’s approaching a bit too robust.
Nevertheless, she stays upbeat and leans into the depth that comes in the early days of a budding relationship. “The starting of romance generally is a little wild,” she writes on Twitter. “I’ve been identified to do extraordinarily impractical issues to make a relationship work. Like journey throughout the globe to be with the one I like for simply in the future. The excessive nature of this track is what makes it horny to me.”
She additionally acknowledged the obvious vacancy of her need in the video. “This visualizer is numerous leaping, spinning, working, and winding by way of Chicago and New York,” she wrote, including, “longing appears rather a lot like love too I believe. The inspiration got here from that new love desperation.”
Jepsen informed Rolling Stone about what she wished to say with the track final month. “A whole lot of the songs [on the album] are in regards to the wild feeling that you’ll do something to make your self really feel alive,” she stated. “Opening with ‘Anything to Be With You,’ it exhibits a ‘we’ll make it occur’ feeling. It’s a bit movie-esque in that means. But I need my life to really feel as wild as that.”