DNCE - Body Moves

06 December Critic Jonni 0 Comments



If there's one newcomer to the table who has hit it off well globally, it's DNCE! They unleashed internationally with the globally successful song "Cake By The Ocean" which was followed up with the equally addictive "Toothbrush", yet this is the one song that launched their album, that said album is one of the best albums I have heard all year. DNCE get completely sexy in a strip-like type of a music video for "Body Moves", but what do we really expect?

DNCE are a four-piece band consisting of Joe Jonas, Cole Whittle, JinJoo Lee, and Jack Lawless. They kept this project a secret until they were ready to launch their debut single, and it definitely worked out well for them; especially with Joe Jonas being such a well-known figure in the music industry. The group recently released a self-titled debut album which is for sure one of the best albums I have listened to in a while, don't forget to check out my review for Outlet Magazine. This song hasn't done as well as their previous singles and isn't quite the chart success it clearly deserves to be, what with the extremely catchy hook. The song was written by Joe Jonas, Rami Yacoub, Albin Nedler, and Kristoffer Fogelmark.

The video was directed by Hannah Lux Davis, a name we keep on having to type out since she has certainly made herself known amongst the music video industry.

It's extremely sexy, with a main performance piece where DNCE are looking so hot. Full of energetic vibes, DNCE definitely know how to perform.

There are quite a few people reacting badly to this music video due to the provocative sexual theme, however just look at the lyrics and you'll realise that it is completely relatable to the song.

Joe Jonas is seen kissing model and actress Charlotte McKinney in the music video. All four band members have their own love interests, keeping it equal, regardless of the extra airtime that Joe Jonas gets since he is the frontman and lead vocalist.

Overall, it's a sexy relatable music video with a brilliantly underrated catchy song that we constantly have stuck in our heads.
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