An Amanda Kind song comes with a couple of things you can expect … 1) a soulful song that showcases Amanda’s big voice, and 2) a genuine presence and emotion that reaches out through the lyrics. Her latest single “Slow Dance” is no exception.
It’s a great song about taking your time to fall in love, and the accompanying music video is the perfect compliment.
We are so excited to help premiere this video and to share it with the world. Watch the video, and learn more about it below.
Watch The Music Video For “Slow Dance” By Amanda Kind
The music video for “Slow Dance” takes the themes of the song and amplifies them … to take your time to love the person you’re with. It touches on the cheesy and romantic comedy tropes we’ve all come to love.
Amanda took the time to consider how to bring this song to life in a video.
“… I was really conflicted about how to best represent the song,” Amanda Said. “As a plus size woman, I have always been aware that my body and my size in general are perceived as an issue in the music industry.”
She says, “I am the absolute antithesis of a Barbie – and it’s that one stereotype that we keep getting told is the ideal standard for sales, but there are millions of gorgeous curvy women just like me who fall in love every day. We deserve to star in our own stories.”
About Canadian Country Artist Amanda Kind
Amanda Kind was raised in the coastal community of White Rock, British Columbia, where she grew up in a musical family. She was strongly influenced by her mother, a recreational pianist, whose array of musical tastes ranged from The Andrew Sisters and Ella Fitzgerald to Patsy Cline, Enya, Queen, and more.
Now based in Ontario, Kind is known as much for her powerhouse vocals as she is for being one of the province’s most in-demand vocal coaches in commercial music. Kind marked a return to writing and recording original music in 2021 with four singles that year.
Stream Amanda’s “Slow Dance”
In country music, the Front Porch has long been a place of reflection. A place where you can look at the life you have inside that front door. A place where time almost seems to stand still, where you can get away. It’s also a place where you can go to observe the world as it passes by you. To think about your place out there beyond the driveway.