Since releasing his Lambs & Lions album, Chase Rice’s “Eyes On You” has quickly become a fan favorite. The song has garnered more than 50 million streams upon its release, so Rice decided to bring the song to life with a new music video.
During the filming expedition to California, Rice and his friends took to the mountains for some snowboarding, during which Rice tore a pectoral muscle and required surgery. Pushing through the pain, Rice was back to filming just three days after surgery to finish out the breathtaking clip.
The North Carolina native co-wrote the tune with Ashley Gorley and Chris DeStefano about a man so enamored with a woman that no matter the sights, she’s the most breathtaking view. “No matter where we go No matter what we do / If you’re there girl, I’ve got my eyes on you / Don’t matter where we’ve been / No there ain’t no better view / Than you in my arms with my eyes on you,” he sings.
“The day we wrote this song we knew it special,” the North Carolina native says. “Yes, it’s a groove, but what I love is that it was born out of the notion ‘no matter where I go, no matter what I do,’ when we’re there together I’m in that moment and nothing else matters. To the fans singing these lyrics back night-after-night, I see you. Thank you for making this a huge song for us already!”
“Eyes On You” is the follow-up to Rice’s Top 20 “Three Chords & The Truth.” Both appear on his most recent album, Lambs & Lions.