Cimorelli Covers Pink's "Just Give Me a Reason"
Cimorelli covered Pink's "Just Give Me a Reason" featuring Nate Ruess of fun. in their latest video, released earlier this week. The original duet is a conversation exploring the desire to hold onto a relationship that seems to be falling apart. The new Cimorelli cover added a twist to that concept. The six sisters start from different places, but throw negative feelings aside and unite by the end of the song.
Christina told us, "We got the idea of writing negative feelings on rocks and throwing them down into a canyon from a friend who threw her negative feelings into the ocean. It's a great way to show that you ultimately control your own mind, and you can throw away those negative feelings that are holding you back from being the best that you can be, including being a loving person."
The video doesn't end when the music stops. The Cimorelli cover includes sweet behind the scenes footage! The clips give viewers a little glimpse of the fun they had making the video. Each of the sister's personalities shines through, leaving fans with more than just one reason to fall in love with them all over again. We think Pink was the perfect choice for a Cimorelli cover. Tell us which version is your favorite in the comments section below.
At their benefit concert in Malibu Christina told SweetBeatTV, "We try to be like family to other people who aren't as fortunate. […] That's something that's really important to us, because we try to be like sisters to everyone." The full interview with concert footage will be released next Thursday in a special episode of SweetBeatTV.
The Cimorelli sisters also emphasize treating others well online. Cimorelli joined celebrities including Ariana Grande, Bridgit Mendler, Kat Graham, and Drew Chadwick of Emblem 3, in supporting the Delete Digital Drama campaign.
The goal of the campaign is to empower young women to disengage from cyberbullying. Supporters are encouraged to delete harsh and mean comments or send supportive messages to friends. JC Penny's also sold Delete Digital Drama tees for $10. All proceeds from the shirts went directly to STOMP Out Bullying, a national anti-bullying organization.
Katherine said, "We immediately wanted to be part of that, as we've seen so much cyber-bullying and meanness on social media. Delete Digital Drama teaches people to not engage in cyber-bullying, but instead to delete bullying comments and block the people who post them. Bullies love to pick fights, so the way to win is to refuse to give them a platform."
Cimorelli has not yet announced the release date for their upcoming album, but a sneak peek of their single, "Made in America" was recently featured on Radio Disney. The track is slated to be released in June. We can't wait to see more of what they have been working on!