The track, featured on Ray’s latest release Amos, was co-written by Josh Osborne, Jesse Frasure and Old Dominion’s Matthew Ramsey and Trevor Rosen.
It’s the perfect combination of aesthetic and nostalgia.
The clip features some of Nashville’s most iconic staples, like a Pedal Tavern, the back alley of World Famous Orchid Lounge, and bachelor and bachelorette parties aplenty
The vibrant clip features Underwood performing the uplifting anthem for an audience covered in rainbow dust.
They booked a flight to Iceland and got to filming.
“Even though I wrote it about a small town, maybe it’s more about the whole world,” Brice shares of “Rumor.”
This is a beautiful message.
What a fun, fresh video!
Rice tore a pectoral muscle during the filming of this video!
You can’t help but smile as you watch it!
Thanks to a blow-dart and chloroform, the video directors got what they wanted.
“We all face the question of being good enough for the world around us and sometimes we just need a reminder that we are.”
The track is featured on the deluxe edition of Combs’ major label debut album, This One’s For You Too.
“I think, for me, it was important not to ruin it or people’s perception of a song that has been getting great traction for what we’re doing,” he explains.
In the video Wammack sees love and loss from both sides of the bar–through the eyes of her customers and from her own experience. “It’s less about a drink healing you and more about just listening to someone who may be going through something. Being behind the bar in the video reminded me of that.” …
The song was co-written by Maddie & Tae with Justin Ebach and Jon Nite.
Shout out to women around the world!
“Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset, Repeat.”