Lee Brice & Wife Sara Hit the Town for a Date Night in “Rumor” Video
Lee Brice has got a hot date with his real-life wife of five years in his latest music video for “Rumor.” reports that the three-and-a-half-minute clip “depicts a much-needed romantic night out.” Adds the 39-year-old Brice, “We shot the ‘Rumor’ video in Nashville a few weeks ago and I’m proud to say it stars my beautiful wife, Sara…The idea behind the video was essentially us making the ‘Rumor’ true. One area of our lives that we have to work so hard at is ‘us time.’ Between three children, and me being on the road so much, it’s important that I show Sara she’s loved and appreciated as much as I possibly can. So this is a video romanticizing about a special night out together–just us.” Aww! “Rumor” is off Brice’s November 2017 self-titled album.
Keith Urban Promotes Inclusivity With “Never Comin’ Down” Music Video
Keith Urban is all about dancing and diversity in the official music video for his latest single, “Never Comin’ Down.” Rolling Stone writes that the three-and-a-half-minute clip is “set in an all-are-welcome dance club [and] promotes the idea of inclusivity.” Meanwhile, People notes that the visual opens with Urban “disguised as a driver smiling at a nervous, young man exiting his car and into a bar. As the man makes his way inside, he slowly becomes consumed by the feeling in the room, which includes Urban performing and lots of dancing.” “Never Comin’ Down” is the third single off Urban’s most recent album, Graffiti U.
Brothers Osborne Mock Bro Country, “Space Force” in “Shoot Me Straight” Vid
The Brothers Osborne may have just dropped the funniest country music video of the year. The duo’s four-and-a-half-minute clip for “Shoot Me Straight,” which dropped Monday on YouTube, opens with brothers T.J. and John rejecting several ideas for a bro-country-themed clip, including “Double-Oh Bros” and “Brothers of the Corn,” before laughing hilariously at another treatment idea: “Space Force.” They’re then kidnapped and forced to shoot among scantily clad women before being shot with tranquilizer darts and made to perform Weekend at Bernie’s-style for the clip, which indeed winds up featuring tons of women partying in the backs of pickup trucks. At the end, an ominous voice declares, “Space force!” Oh, as if all that’s not enough, there’s also a Dierks Bentley cameo!
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