The upbeat, acoustic song that references The Beatles and Johnny and June, hit iTunes today, along with a retro video on the front page of Vevo.com. The video flashes back to a 1950’s house party with Tiffany and her girlfriends. The group indulges in colorful desserts and vinyl records donning the era’s teen heartthrobs.
“Love Like That” is the first of three releases from Houghton this spring. Her unique format of releasing music one song at a time, as opposed to an album or EP, isn’t a coincidence, but a deliberate delivery method, which she believes enhances her art.
Having her hand, once again, in the entire artistic process from melody to visual themes to final video cut, Houghton is always her own biggest critic.
“I test the strength of my art by stripping down the layers and seeing how well each piece stands on its own,” says Houghton. “If a song isn’t strong enough to support a solid visual concept, then it’s not strong enough to support my career.”
“17 Again” and “Hey Boy” will debut later this spring. Houghton is currently on a college campus tour in conjunction with NACA.
Music video for “Love Like That” below.
Tiffany Houghton – “Love Like That” – Music Video