Music Video of the Day: Who’s Crying Now by Journey (1981, directed by ????)


Love them or hate them, Journey is band that just epitomized an era.  Who’s Crying Now, which was the first single off of their Escape album, was one of their biggest hits.  Until 2009, it was Journey’s top-charting hit in the UK.  (Interestingly, it was Don’t Stop Believin’ that dethroned Who’s Crying Now from that spot as the result of Don’t Stop Believin’ being featured on an episode of The X-Factor 28 years after it was initially released.)

As with most of Journey’s music videos, the video for Who’s Crying Now keeps thing simple with the band performing the song.  Journey wouldn’t try to do a conceptual video until 1983’s infamous video for Separate WaysWe all know how that turned out.

Enjoy!

One response to “Music Video of the Day: Who’s Crying Now by Journey (1981, directed by ????)

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