After "Lost in translation", "Hello" and "Lose control" (click on titles to be redirected), Jacob Hoggard, Chris Crippin, Tommy Mac and Dave Rosin of Canadian pop-rock band Hedley are back with "Can't slow down", the fourth single taken from their sixth studio album, "Hello", to be granted a proper video -even tough the track was originally released as a promotional single last year. Co-directed by Hedley’s own Jacob Hoggard with Matt Leaf and Karim Hussain, it features two people : a dancer dressed in all white and the frontman himself in all black. "This video is kind of that confession of, I guess, what life can be like being pulled from opposite ends, needing to be a lot of different things a lot of the time. I’m excited to just convey a lot of what can be difficult emotions to express in a really kind of clear and beautiful fashion", explained Jacob Hoggard. "Visually we’re going for a sort of going for a contrast between two worlds. I wouldn’t call it good and evil. It may be more like up and down. It might be like two sides to every story", he added.