Justin Bieber is nowhere near done promoting his latest album, and he recently surprised his fans by unveiling music videos for two of the songs from this record – “Habitual” and “All Around Me”.
Bieber’s loyal fans remember that his previous album, Purpose, was accompanied by a series of “dance videos,” and that the singer called this creative endeavor Purpose: The Movement. It seems he’s trying to do the same with Changes, and he kicked things off by dropping similar dance-filled videos.
“Habitual” was also accompanied by a more traditional music video, directed by Michael D. Ratner. According to the official logline, the visuals in this video are “inspired from locations in nature symbolic of faith as Justin combines heartfelt lyrics and soothing melodies with a cinematic treatment for one of his favorite tracks on the album.”
Both “Habitual” and “All Around Me” are featured on Bieber’s latest studio album Changes, which came out on February 14th, and went on to become his seventh record to top the charts in the US.