The music video for David Cook’s lead single, “The Last Goodbye” off his upcoming sophomore album, This Loud Morning premiered earlier this week on iTunes!
The video was directed by Nigel Dick, who has done videos with Britney Spears and Backstreet Boys in the past. What I have always appreciated about Nigel’s videos is the way he uses color. I thought with this video the color hues were interesting, yet still popped.
Check out the video for “The Last Goodbye” below!
I really like that David didn’t do a full out performance video, because those can be a bore to watch. I think mixing it up and having a fun storyline shows that he doesn’t take himself too seriously.
If you haven’t already, the music video for “The Last Goodbye” is currently available as a FREE download on iTunes!
What did y’all think of David Cook’s video for “The Last Goodbye”? And don’t forget This Loud Morning comes out June 28!
Day two of “David Cook Takes the Bay Area” happened yesterday in San Francisco!
The show took place at Harlot, which is a small, more intimate venue than the room at the Hotel De Anza. I liked the venue a lot. It had this really interesting ambiance to it.
The show started promptly at 6 p.m. David and Neal came out and jumped right into playing “Heroes.”
In between songs, Marcus D (Alice DJ) would chat it up with David. In the video below they talk about who David thinks will win American Idol this season and what David didn’t expect to happen after becoming a “rock star.”
The set list played out just like the San Jose show. The rest of the songs played were “Come Back To Me,” “Light On,” and “The Last Goodbye.”
Like yesterday, I recorded “The Last Goodbye.” Check out the video after the cut!
Tonight I got to attend the private acoustic Mix 106.5 David Cook Mixxer at the Hotel De Anza.
This was such a treat to attend! I’ve been a longtime fan of David’s since season seven of American Idol, and I’ve gotten to see him play a handful of times, but I have always wanted to see him play an acoustic set.
David and his guitarist, Neal Tiemann did a short 4-song set for the audience, which included, “Heroes,” “Come Back To Me,” “Light On,” and “The Last Goodbye.”
Check out my video of “The Last Goodbye” after the cut!