BAD CHILD Channels Dystopian Literature in “Behave” Video

Photo Credit: René  Gibson (@anamatisfilm)

By Alissa Arunarsirakul // May 4, 2020

BAD CHILD garnered considerable attention from “Candy,” which was featured on the original soundtrack of Netflix’s To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, but that’s not why we predict a bright future for the multifaceted Canadian. Not only is he a dedicated humanitarian, but BAD CHILD unites music lovers worldwide like never before. As you watch the new “Behave” visual, recognize that this monumental movement involves you just as much as it does BAD CHILD. 

On the “Behave” visual, BAD CHILD reflected,

“‘Behave’ at its core is about discipline and wanting to break out of the shackles of a desperate life. The visual is a play on the oppressive nature of the chorus. Rene Gibson (the director) and I wanted to create something cold and bleak, very Orwellian or something the Wachowski’s would admire.”

Although “Behave” was written about discipline and restraint, this gritty track has taken on a life of its own as BAD CHILD supporters have declared it a top candidate for fan favorite. For the “Behave” video, BAD CHILD rallied up eager fans from around the continent to star in this incredible production. From the dark undertones and themes of oppression, the “Behave” visual is a short film that would make George Orwell very proud. 

We did a fan casting and it was an incredible response; we had people drive from all over. Some made more than 20-hour drives from places in the states to be in our production. That’s the kind of thing you can’t make up, it really makes it worth it to feel that love from the fan base.”

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