Gentle Bones and JJ Lin share music video for ‘At Least I Had You’

The Singaporean duo perform on an all-marble set that according to a press release cost S$3million

Singaporean singer-songwriters Gentle Bones and JJ Lin have released the music video for their recent collaborative single, ‘At Least I Had You’.

The music video premiered on Singaporean free-to-air television channel Channel 5 last night (Monday, December 13), before subsequently being uploaded to Gentle Bones’ and record label Cross-Ratio Entertainment’s YouTube and Facebook pages respectively.

The video stars the two musicians performing the song on an all-marble set that, according to a press release, costs S$3million, with Gentle Bones playing a guitar while Lin plays the piano.

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Watch the music video for ‘At Least I Had You’ below.

The music video arrived nearly a month after its single was released on November 19. The track marks the first time the two musicians have collaborated together.

‘At Least I Had You’, per Gentle Bones in a November statement, carries an uplifting message to always look on the brighter side of things.

“I think everyone goes through a lot of things in life and when we reflect on what really had an effect on our lives, it’s usually the relationships we have with certain people”, Gentle Bones – real name Joel Tan – said at the time.

The newly released music video follows the news that JJ Lin and Gentle Bones were both Singapore’s top-streamed local artists on Spotify in 2021. Lin earned the top spot, while Gentle Bones ranked second.

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JJ Lin was also awarded the prize for Best Southeast Asian Act at this year’s MTV EMAs, which took place November 14. He also performed a two-day concert at Singaporean venue Marina Bay Sands in late November, with proceeds going to charity.

Meanwhile, Gentle Bones released his long-awaited self-titled debut album in September. The album features a slew of previously released singles like ‘Help!’, ‘A Day At A Time’ and ‘You’re My Superhero’.

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