Yuna Highlights Malaysia's Old School Kampungs And Multiracial Culture In New Music Video

Mostly shot in the small towns in the northern region, 'Forevermore' is truly "made in Malaysia".

Cover image via Yuna YouTube

Yuna just released a music video for her latest single Forevermore and IT. IS. FIRE.

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Directed by husband Adam Sinclair, the singer-songwriter's newly-released MV is a nostalgic delight for Malaysian fans, showcasing the old school charm of kampungs as well as the vibrance of Malaysia's multiracial culture

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At the time of writing, the video has been viewed over 82,000 times on YouTube. 

In one of its most ~aesthetic~ sequences, a petrol station in Perlis looks like a scene out of Stranger Things thanks to a bit of creative lighting and editing!

The rest of the video is also mostly shot in the northern region of West Malaysia, featuring elements that Malaysians have grown up with, such as the small-town kedai runcit and the classic Proton Saga

Image via Yuna YouTube
Image via Yuna YouTube

You'll also spot familiar locations like the colourful steps of Batu Caves, Stadium Shah Alam, and Bukit Keteri in Perlis

Image via Yuna YouTube
Image via Yuna YouTube

The music video is not just receiving positive reactions from the local fanbase...

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... Fans from other countries are also commending the diversity of cultures in the video

Image via Yuna YouTube

You can watch the music video for Forevermore here:

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