Kygo plays a grand piano in front of a big window with a view of a norwegian bay

Kygo Remembers Childhood for ‘Happy Now’ Official Video

In the music video for his new single “Happy Now” featuring Sandro Cavazza, Kygo reminisces about and growing up in coastal Norway.

Norwegian producer Kygo, aka Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll, works with Swedish singer Sandro Cavazza on his optimistic single “Happy Now.” The video was shot in his hometown in Norway.

You and me, it was good, but it wasn’t right/ And it’ll be hard, but I know I will make it out/ Step by step, I’ll move on and get on with life/ So I let go, and I hope you’ll be happy now…” sings Cavazza.

The track is about moving on and letting the one you love go free. But the air of the music video, in which Kygo remembers hiking through picturesque forests and being with family, feels happy.

On his official website, Kygo representatives state, “The raw beauty of the fjord landscape of western Norway and close connections to friends and family are the main driving forces behind Kygo’s music.” They continue, “The video is made in connection to Kygo’s latest song, ‘Happy Now’ and shows him spending time with friends and family amidst the natural beauty of coastal Norway.”

 

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Thank you for all the great feedback on the Happy Now Music Video 🖤

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Kygo has already received some great feedback about the single, as he states on his official Instagram account, where he is pictured smiling as though he feels very happy. His last single was “Remind Me to Forget” featuring Miguel. And who could forget “It Ain’t Me” with Selena Gomez?

Stream and/or download “Happy Now” by Kygo featuring Sandro Cavazza from your legal music provider of choice.

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.