GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter Cassadee Pope has released the music video for her latest single, “People That I Love Leave,” which continues to bring the artist back to her pop-punk roots. Sporting bright pink hair, the music video sees Cassadee Pope self-sabotaging potential relationships thanks to heartbreak from a previous sense of love.
The Ed Pryor-directed music video brings “People That I Love Leave” to life, perfectly capturing the themes and emotions Cassadee Pope brought to the initial track.
In regards to the single itself and the new music video, Cassadee Pope shares, “This song describes the difficulties of letting someone love you when you’ve been hurt in the past. I wanted the music video to illustrate the scenarios of how when a guy gets too close, I have a tendency to self-sabotage. I also wanted to include an intense, high-energy performance sequence to drive home that frustration and anger that follows.”
Seen as a new chapter in her musical journey, “People That I Love Leave” is just a taste of what I’m hoping becomes a full-blown return to the pop-punk genre as a more mature Cassadee Pope has a lot to bring to the overall scene and its newfound spotlight in recent years.