Cam Parties Through Armageddon in ‘Till There’s Nothing Left’ Video

What would you do if the end was near?

Written by Chris Parton
Cam Parties Through Armageddon in ‘Till There’s Nothing Left’ Video
BERLIN, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 14: American singer Cameron Marvel Ochs aka CAM performs live on stage during a concert at Huxley's Neue Welt on September 14, 2019 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Andrea Friedrich/Redferns)

Cam welcomes the end of the world in the video for her new single, “Till There’s Nothing Left,” living her final moments to the honky-tonk fullest.

Marking the California country singer’s first single in two years, the passion-filled midtempo was co-written by Cam with producers Tyler Johnson and Jeff Bhasker alongside hitmaker Hillary Lindsey. It once again puts her stunning vocal warble out front, but unlike previous tracks like “Burning House” or “Diane,” this one is dedicated to true love going right. Specifically, Cam says it’s dedicated to her husband and the promise she made to give him her all, until there’s nothing left to give. That may sound a bit old fashioned in today’s world, but to her there’s power in the pledge.

“My husband and I will go drive and have a quickie in the back of the car,” she explains in a statement. “Why am I embarrassed to sing about that? ‘Till There’s Nothing Left’ is a commitment. It’s saying – I am gonna love you with everything I have, physically, spiritually, I’m so in.”

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The theme comes to life in her new Dano Cerney- directed music video, which imagines Nashville on the brink of the apocalypse. Filmed at the Hitching Post Western Saloon in Portland, Tennessee, the “sensual, cinematic” clip is indeed a visual treat, with Cam narrating an anything goes, live-while-you-can scene. “It’s the end of the world and I know a little place in the eye of the storm,” she says of the piece. “Let’s live our last moments dancing together in the neon glow.” 

“Till There’s Nothing Left” marks the first single from Cam’s upcoming sophomore album, which is expected later this year. She and husband Adam Weaver welcomed the birth of daughter Lucy in December.