Carly Rae Jepsen's New Video For Her Song "Too Much" Is Downright Mesmerizing

In case you were ~really really~ out of it this spring, you’ll recall that Carly “Call Me Maybe” Rae Jepsen gave us the absolute gift that is her fourth studio album, Dedicated, back in May, and it’s absolutely fantastic.

It’s good shower music, good dancing-in-your-bedroom music, and good make-out (or pretend-you’re-gonna-make-out-with-someone) music. Really, it’s the Swiss Army knife of pop albums!

Of all the songs on Dedicated, “Too Much” is the song that has alway stuck out to me in particular for its serious ~sweet but also sad~ vibes. And while there is already a music video for it…

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Basically, “Too Much” is Cancer szn in one song, let’s be honest.

…today, Carly Rae Jepsen released this Vevo video capturing a live performance of “Too Much” — and it’s about to give gave you both physical and emotional spine tingles:

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You can watch it on YouTube here!

There’s just so much to love about this audio-visual treat of a video: First, of course, there’s CRJ’s incredible red leather outfit…

Her little finger waves!!!!!

This part where she jiggles her mic to draw out the “desiiiiiiiire”…

“Jiggle” being the technical term here, of course.

And this part where she looks straight at the camera, as if she’s like, Is this too, is this too much?

And everyone’s like NOPE ABSOLUTELY NOT GIVE IT TO US, CRJ!!

And just in general, the part where her voice gets all soft and breathy and romantic, and it feels like an utter privilege to sit there and listen.

Honestly, if this is the basic setup for the Dedicated tour, I don’t think anyone would be even slightly bummed.

So, in closing, the live performance of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Too Much” is completely lovely, and if it hasn’t convinced you to catch one of her upcoming tour dates this summer…well, I guess you’ll have to stay home and softly dance by yourself!

Just kidding, I will come dance with you!! No one should dance to CRJ alone!

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