The latest teaser video from Eric Church is titled “One Will Rise and One Will Fall,” and it’s accompanied by an equally mysterious message. “The Outsiders fought the good fight,” it reads, “now it’s time to shed a light on everything the masses need.”
Filmed at the University of Georgia’s Sanford Stadium as part of his live concert DVD, ‘Night Train to Georgia,’ Aldean brings his new single to the stadium audience.
“The song ‘We Were Us’ came along,” said Urban, “and it’s not the kind of song Miranda would normally do, but her voice is the first one I heard in my head.”
After “Better Dig Two” and “Done,” country trio The Band Perry is shifting to a more reflective place with their latest single, the power ballad “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely.” Watch the new video.
In the Shane Drake-directed clip, Hayes and Mraz are featured in a park sitting solo on benches as everyone around them is coupled up.
Watch the world premiere of Bentley’s new video for his single “I Hold On.” Said Bentley: “I hope when people listen to it, they raise their beers up, but this time for the bigger idea of what we all stand for as country music fans…faith, love and freedom.”
Where previous Florida Georgia Line singles like “Cruise” were upbeat and easy for fans to sing along with, “Stay”–and especially its new music video–shows the band shifting into darker, more painful territory.
Paisley has a new football theme song–well, sort of. He debuted his new song last night on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live.’
Filmed in New York, the video for “That Girl” brings the song to life. Nettles is shown looking glamorous with her man, only to find out that she’s actually the woman on the side.
“I wanted our finished video to feel like an artifact from 1971,” said director David McClister, “an archival piece that had been re-discovered from the vaults of a local TV station.”