Elevator Love

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"Elevator Love"
Guy Sebastian- Elevator Love.jpg
Single by Guy Sebastian
from the album Closer to the Sun
B-side "Wish I Didn't Tell You"
"Never Say Goodbye"
Released 2 December 2006
Format CD single, digital download
Genre Pop/Rock
Length 3:43
Label Sony BMG
Songwriter(s) Guy Sebastian, Jarrad Rogers
Producer(s) Jarrad Rogers
Guy Sebastian singles chronology
"Taller, Stronger, Better"
(2006)
"Elevator Love"
(2006)
"Cover on My Heart"
(2007)
"Taller, Stronger, Better"
(2006)
"Elevator Love"
(2006)
"Cover on My Heart"
(2007)

"Elevator Love" is the second single released from Guy Sebastian's third studio album, Closer to the Sun. The single also contained two non-album B-sides, "Never Said Goodbye" and "Wish I Didn't Tell You", as well as an instrumental version of "Elevator Love".[1] It reached No. 11 on the ARIA singles chart, spending 15 weeks in the top 50, and achieved gold accreditation.[2][3]

Music video[edit]

The music video for "Elevator Love" premiered on 8 November 2006 on the Nine Network. The video for the single features model and former Miss Universe Jennifer Hawkins as Sebastian's love interest. Footage of Sebastian and a backing band playing in a cage-style elevator is interspersed with shots of the couple. At the end of the video, Sebastian and Hawkins appear to kiss as the doors of the elevator close. The clip was filmed in Sydney's Queen Victoria Building. The video was directed by Owen Trevor, through Ticket to Ride, a Sydney production company.

Track listing[edit]

CD, digital download
No. Title Length
1. "Elevator Love" 3:39
2. "Never Ever Said Goodbye" 3:33
3. "Wish I Didn't Tell You" 2:45
4. "Elevator Love" (instrumental) 3:39

Charts[edit]

Chart (2006) Peak
position
Australian ARIA Singles Chart 11[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Guy Sebastian - Guy + Jen Go Sky High In 'Elevator Love': Watch The New Video!
  2. ^ a b australian-charts.com Elevator Love Retrieved 10 June 2010
  3. ^ ARIA Charts - Accreditations - 2007 Singles. Retrieved 10 June 2010.

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