“Initially, I like attending to do music movies. I grew up fascinated by them, and it’s a part of how I fell in love with nation music. It felt so good to be working and creating. Clearly, this video was further particular as a result of I set to work with considered one of my heroes Terri Clark. It was so nice to get to work along with her on this, we had a helluva good time,” says Erin Enderlin concerning the video for her duet with nation icon Terri Clark for her new single, “If There Weren’t So Many Rattling Songs.”
The twanging ballad that laments “so many songs concerning the bottle” and “methods to drink [an ex-partner] off your thoughts” is the newest single from Enderlin, following July’s “Someone’s Shot Of Whiskey.” Each of those tracks signify the primary materials heard from the veteran Nashville singer-songwriter since her November 2019-released album Faulkner County.
“I like the best way this video brings the music to life. It’s easy and easy however exhibits off our personalities. I like when movies add little ’appearing’ segments across the music, in order that was actually enjoyable. [It was] only a good time. I hope followers simply get to flee for a couple of minutes and share a smile. [Though] the lyrics are form of a couple of heartbreak, I just like the humor the music brings to it – I imply generally all you are able to do is giggle at a scenario – or flip up the jukebox and order a chilly beer,” Enderlin provides concerning the Ryan Nolan-directed clip.