To know Travis Japan is to know the personification of a pure unadulterated desire to succeed. Every one of the group’s seven members are incredibly driven individuals, but when their individual pieces are put together, something truly magical happens. Case in point, the group’s second single, “Moving Pieces.”

Produced by Poo Bear (Justin Bieber’s “What Do You Mean?”, “All That Matters”; Usher’s “Caught Up” and more), the song is sleek and sensual, highlighting each individual’s voice while at the same time (again) proving what a well-oiled machine they are when they work in unison.

The music video, which accentuates the sensuality of the song, was choreographed by the iconic Travis Payne, whose vast body of work includes the Michael Jackson “This Is It” tour, Lady Gaga’s “The Monster Ball Tour,” and multiple other award-winning performances and music videos. But Payne also has a special place in the history of Travis Japan as he was instrumental in bringing the group together with Johnny Kitagawa back when they were still just bright-eyed kids with a dream.

Now that dream has become a reality.

They’re a fantastic group of guys, and I cannot wait to see where they go from here.

More Travis Japan soon, so…

Stay Tuned!