The video captures the Kodak moments behind the birth of “Calling,” with Ingrosso and Alesso working in the studio at Ingrosso’s home with footage of Ingrosso dancing with his baby—cutest moment of the video. It also captures footage of Ingrosso’s and Alesso’s pit stop in Los Angeles last November where they delivered a dynamic show at the Hollywood Palladium and recent footage from Coachella. The best thing about the video (other than the dancing with baby moment) is it displays the legit relationship Sebastian Ingrosso and Alesso share; I swear Alesso could be Ingrosso’s eldest son because the chemistry between the two is evident throughout the video. It’s comforting to see Ingrosso mentoring Alesso, considering the success hike the kid encountered within a year. There’s one red flag that spurred up while watching the video though, Sebastian Ingrosso smokes a lot of cigarettes, I mean a lot. In about every scene you see a cig in his mouth. Overall, it’s a solid video with appearances by Ryan Tedder and deadmau5.