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Music Video: Broken Glass

Artisit: Rachel Platten

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2017
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 2:59

  • Copyright: Rachel Platten

Music Video For Broken Glass By Artist Rachel Platten

Reviews For Broken Glass By Artist Rachel Platten

  • Bikes

    By Bella Fawn
    I love Rachel Platten so much, and this song is so great! I love the upbeat confident feel to it, but I just don't get why the whole video is about bikes. I mean, she's talking about dancing on broken glass, not riding her bike. Can anyone else relate? I do love the stunts, though.
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    By Ace bunny
    This video is so great..Rachel looks amazing as always!!! I love how she thinks outside of the box with her videos!! It's so fun upbeat and makes me think I need to go buy a bike! RACHEL PLATTEN IS COMING OUT OF HER SHELL AND IS MORE AND MORE MAGICAL!!! Go buy this song.. buy the video.. and you can thank me later!! Yeldings5

    By Jenn Ferrisano
    Truly amazing video - made the song even truer for me.

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