BANNERS video for "Got It In You" is an ode to believing in yourself
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The music of BANNERS ascends towards steeple-size heights, lifted by frontman Michael Nelson's dynamic delivery and exquisite song craft, as well as the robust presence and impressive instrumental chops of his band. The group hones this expansive and cinematic delivery in 2019 with a bevy of new releases and extensive touring around the world.
Today, BANNERS release the video for the track, "Got It In You." First released in its acoustic form and synced to Grey's Anatomy and The Good Doctor, the piano-driven track serves as a positive personal affirmation co-written with Sarah Emily Berrios. Underpinned by resounding chords, the lyrics transmit an important message, "You can't tell that you're bigger than the sea that you're sinking in, and you don't know what you got, but you got it at your fingertips…you got it in you."
A stunning ode to believing in yourself, the video carries that same message as we follow a women who wakes following the aftermath of her own party. Visually upset and left to pick up the pieces from the night before, it's the moments she spends alone with herself that ultimately bring a sense of peace and happiness.
"It was specifically written to someone I really care about," explains BANNERS frontman, Michael Nelson. Adding, "I'm basically saying, 'You can do it. You've got this'. It's easy to convince yourself anything good that has happened up until today is due to somebody else's talent. So, it's a subconscious reminder to myself I can do it as well. It was the first time I was back at the piano following my own internal compass. It worked out well."
"Got It In You" has garnered 6.8 million streams since it debuted, with BANNERS generating a total of 290 million streams across their back catalogue.
Acoustic Version of "Got It In You" also out now
Source No Big Deal PR
April 19, 2019 12:05am ET by Pressparty