Jaylien dropped his debut Summer’s Over EP earlier this year, but the St. Louis artist is now following it up with an official video for the title track.

Directed by New York based director Ronald Reid, the video follows Jaylien as he reflects on someone special spending the warmer months seemingly partying pretty much everyday. “It’s getting cold you need someone to hold ya/You went out every night was never sober,” he sings as he sits up against the bathroom door as his girl stands behind him. The whole thing is an intimate, mood-soaked reflection of Jaylien realizing that he wants to lock his girl down for something more serious.

“‘Summer’s Over’ video came about from being in New York for fashion week and wanting to do something creative in the city,” Jaylien explained over email. “The director and I decided to do less of a storyline & one with more mood, even though the creative in me always wants to shoot a mini film. We wanted a cool video with a darker tone and I think we accomplished it.”

​Watch the premiere of the “Summer’s Over” video above and you can stream his whole EP through Spotify below.

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