Justin Bieber Gets Introspective for "Changes" Visual

Taking to the great outdoors.

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Previously only available on Apple Music, Justin Bieber has now given the visual for his “Changes” track a wider release.

Directed by Michael D. Ratner, the music video sees the Canadian artist get introspective in the great outdoors. The “Nature Visual” centers around Bieber getting in touch with himself through two differing landscapes. As the song discusses acceptance and understanding, the visual cuts between scenes of the prairies and a frozen lake. The end of the evocative music video sees Bieber walking away proving the “Changes” he’s seen.

Watch Justin Bieber’s “Changes” music video above.

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