Indie rock band Levy and The Oaks premiered their newest music video for their single “Obsessive Love.” The comedic video about *over* infatuation is now available to watch on Youtube.
The music video follows a girl with an obsession for the frontman of the band. She has pictures of the singer all over her room and cutaway shots show her spying on him. Her “obsessive love” is an over the top example of what the song is talking about. “It’s obsessive love, it’s more than peace and doves. There’s a little hell in this heaven above.”
The obsessive girl shows up at the fun party that the band is playing at. Despite his friends warning against it, the frontman keeps talking to the girl. The video has an unexpected ending that makes the video even more comical; the girls face is a superimposed version of the singer’s with makeup on, creating a weird and kooky effect. The story of the video is one that has been told many times but will never get old. As long as there is love, there will be infatuation and obsession.