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Fresh off the release of his latest album, Elsewhere, Ryan Hemsworth drops the official video for his single "The Butterfly Effect", featuring New Orleans R&B singer Ambré.

The Alex Girav directed visual, spotlights the vocals of Ambré in an intimate perspective. As the majority of the video sees Ambré singing in her car, we also get shots of her driving around an urban city, sequenced in various angles that is punctuated with distinctive lighting.

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This featured single from Ryan Hemsworth's Elsewhere draws from artist's travels around the world over the past couple of years, and his exploration of different styles and forms that contributed to the making of the album.

Ryan is also slated to go on tour in support of Elsewhere, beginning October 24 in Vancouver and playing 19 dates across North America. View the full tour dates below, and you can purchase tickets here.

10/24 - Vancouver, BC @ Fortune Sound Club 10/25 - Seattle, WA @ Neptune 10/26 - Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom 10/27 - San Francisco, CA @ August Hall 10/28 - San Luis Obispo, CA @ SLO Brewing Company 10/31 - Toronto, ON @ Velvet Underground 11/1 - Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge 11/2 - Montreal, QC @ Theatre Fairmount 11/8 - Brooklyn, NY @ Warsaw 11/9 - Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair 11/10 - Washington, DC @ Union Stage 11/14 - Miami, FL @ The Ground 11/15 - Orlando, FL @ The Social 11/16 - Austin, TX @ Empire Control Room 11/17 - Dallas, TX @ Trees 11/18 - Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West 11/29 - Los Angeles, CA @ Regent Theater 11/30 - Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory 12/1 - Denver, CO @ Summit Music Hall

In other new music videos, Drake and Lil Pump cameo in Rae Sremmurd’s "42."

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