Rising country singer-songwriter and Rebel Engine Entertainment artist Stephanie Quayle has released the accompanying video for her new single “If I Was A Cowboy.”
The scenic video, directed by Jeff Johnson, is filmed on the Quayle family’s real-life ranch in Paradise Valley, Montana, and boasts the cinematic view of vast mountains, lush greenery, pasture and the singer’s own horses.
“Creating the music video for this song under the Big Sky was a dream come true,” Quayle says. “To be able to capture how I grew up and where I am now, along with the vulnerability, heartbreak and strength of this song in just over three minutes, was truly a cinematic experience.”
“It was such an honor to work with the brilliant Jeff Johnson along with our team to bring this vision to life,” she continues. “This is what I love about country music – it can tear your heart out and in the next breath pick you right up. There’s a powerful message woven throughout this visual storyline: When life knocks you down, dust off that hat and get back up on that horse!”
“If I Was A Cowboy” was penned by hit songwriters Shane McAnally, Nicolle Galyon and Ross Copperman, and captures an individual’s post-breakup stage and search for independence and liberation through something she knows and is at home with; just ridding her horse in greener pasture.
With this lead single, fans can expect a brand new EP from Quayle, slated to drop in October this year.