Back in 2017, Jelani Aryeh made an impression with his exciting debut EP. Mixing pop, R&B, indie rock, and rap together into a cohesive sound, Aryeh immediately became one to watch before he even turned 18. A few years removed from its release, he's revisiting the project with the Justin Morris-directed video for "Where We Go."

"I never expected this to go down like it did. I really flew out to shoot a video for one of my oldest, yet most popular songs," Aryeh said of the new video. "I love the video so much. A lot of old feelings arose too while filming which I didn’t think would happen. I don’t know if I said this anywhere before, but I wrote this song after telling my dad I no longer wanted to play football and you can probably guess how he reacted by the tone of the song. With the video we wanted to tell that story, but in a slightly different way and I’m excited to see how that translates to the viewer."

Jelani Aryeh is set to perform at Pigeons & Planes' No Ceilings NYC show on Sept. 26, which will also feature performances from KennyHoopla, Gabriel Black, and Beabadoobee. You can grab tickets here.

Watch the video for "Where We Go" above, and be sure to look out for Jelani Aryeh's Phil NDL-produced song "Patagonia" when it drops next week.