Lafayette's own Social Circle has released a new music video for their song 'Changes'.

Directed by acclaimed cinematographer, J.P. Summers (Owl City), the video and song showcases a fun, yet introspective theme of being confident about one’s own unique characteristics.

Said vocalist, Matthew McElveen, about the video,

“Changes is meant to be this empowering anthem. The song and the video present this idea that the small, annoying things don't matter, and that, if you let yourself be confident enough, you can make the entire world your own runway. And, better yet, if you follow the paths you want, you can wind up in just the right place with the right people that make you feel invincible.”

Social Circle might be one of the south’s best kept secrets in the music industry. Hailing from Lafayette, LA, they have honed an extremely polished pop album sound and an electric live show that’s infectious to audiences of any genre. They’ve shared the stage with many national acts and are currently working on their next record.

Reviews about Social Circle’s sound all share the same theme: This is probably one of the best bands that you’ve never heard of (yet).

Said UK Music Blog, “Sound Of Now”; ‘Social Circle’ has to be one of the best releases of 2017. This one is for the playlists.’

With impactful lyrics, modern imagery and a social statement living up to the band’s name, Social Circle’s new video, Changes, is ready to make you both dance and reflect.

Social Circle is:

  • Matt McElveen
  • Jacqueline Davis
  • Gabe McCassey
  • Frank Castro