Blake Shelton’s “Came Here to Forget” video isn’t action-packed, but there’s plenty happening between Blake and his young love interest.
Blake isn’t the one dancing. Instead his bikini-clad lover is letting loose inside an open-air bar one steamy, tropic afternoon. There’s nothing physical between the two, only a little conversation, some laughter and heavy flirting. “Came Here to Forget” is Shelton’s first single from his new ‘If I’m Honest’ album, out May 20.
Kane Brown is a newcomer with a dedicated and passionate fanbase, which he shows off in his “Used to Love You Sober” video.
The video is a montage of footage from his life performing on the road, interacting with fans and free time off the bus, with intermittent shots of the 22-year-old soulfully singing the heartbreaking lyrics while passionately looking into the camera.
Fans get to see a glimpse of the early days of his career with this video. Despite the grieving lyrics, we get to see Brown’s charming dimples from smiling so much through out the various scenes. The young singer seems to be enjoying his time in the spotlight.
Chris Stapleton makes a powerful statement with the video to his song, “Fire Away.” Released today (February 29), the clip embodies a poignant message about suicide prevention.
The concept was that of Chris and director by Tim Mattia. It stars Ben Foster and Margarita Levieva as a young married couple going through exciting life moments like buying a home and decorating it together. The happy memories soon fade, though, as it is evident that the woman is suffering from mental illness and tries multiple times to commit suicide.
The video aims to bring attention to mental health awareness through the Campaign to Change Direction, which he was made aware of through Ben. The video brings attention to what the site calls the ‘Five Signs’ of suffering emotionally which includes change in personality, agitation, withdrawal, decline in personal care and hopelessness.
“Fire Away” is ton Chris’ Grammy and CMA Awards-winning album, ‘Traveller.’
Dierks Bentley has taken a side-role in the video to his new song, “Somewhere on a Beach.”
It tells the story a guy who steps off a plane into Mexico, stressed, lost and alone, until a beautiful woman approaches him in a bar as Dierks and friends look on. Some people have called it a sequel to his No. 1 hit, “Drunk On A Plane.”
“It took three days to shoot this video…we got so much great stuff all over this tiny little Mexican village outside of Cancun. It kills me to think about all the funny moments that we couldn’t fit into this edit,” he says in a press release. “I hope everyone digs our take on this story, which may be a little unexpected.”
Th3 song is the first song released off his upcoming album, ‘Black’, which he says will be personal for him on several levels.
“The songs on Black range from the lonesomeness of an impossible relationship to ones that describe the feeling of finding that person that makes you forget the one that broke your heart.” The title not only reflects those feelings, but also the maiden name of his wife Cassidy.
Dierks will set out on his ‘Somewhere on a Beach’ Tour in April, and look for him co-hosting the ACM Awards with Luke Bryan April 3.