Canadian heartthrob Blake McGrath is moving forward with promotion for his latest single “Heaven (Follow Me)” with a bright, colorful, inspirational accompanying music video featuring intricate choreography, bare chests, and a lot of paint.

While the upbeat pop track itself describes the desire to live in unity, “no one can break us down, DJ turn the music loud“, the visual showcases McGrath‘s talent on the dance floor while spreading a message of love and acceptance. Old, young, together in harmony. Overall, the new video, released last week, is a fun experience with lots of smiles representing the uplifting theme of the new single.

The slow motion captions of McGrath in the air, the dance breakdown towards the middle of the song and the ending paint fight scene help create one of the artist’s better visuals in his career. With his sophomore album, Love Revolution, set for release sometime in 2013, “Heaven (Follow Me)” is a nice lead single to start generating the right amount of buzz.