RYAN HURD DEBUTS “EVERY OTHER MEMORY” MUSIC VIDEO TODAY Oct 12, 2020 8:55:37 GMT -6
Post by Scully on Oct 12, 2020 8:55:37 GMT -6
RYAN HURD DEBUTS “EVERY OTHER MEMORY” MUSIC VIDEO TODAY
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RCA Nashville breakout star Ryan Hurd debuts his cinematic “Every Other Memory” music video today. Watch here...
“This is my favorite video that I’ve ever been a part of,” said Hurd. “I felt like a kid again, just playing music with my friends. I hope everyone that sees the ‘Every Other Memory’ video feels like they are watching their favorite rock band from high school again.”
The video, directed by Nicki Fletcher, brings to life the nostalgia-laden single, which is steadily climbing country charts and has earned more than 24 million on-demand streams.
“Every Other Memory” has earned high praise from critics, with TIME observing “it’s a heady hit of mid-tempo nostalgia for the little moments that we would normally take for granted.” Similarly, The Boot praises “a marching clip of country nostalgia that shows off the songwriter's gift for puzzle-piecing together the right words at the right time, in time,” while Country Now proclaims “with its expertly crafted lyrics and relatable storyline, ‘Every Other Memory’ has the potential to be Hurd’s biggest hit yet.” Hurd co-wrote the track with Nathan Spicer and Cole Taylor.
About Ryan Hurd : RCA Nashville singer/songwriter Ryan Hurd continues his ubiquitous rise as one of Nashville’s most multi-dimensional, engaging entertainers. Hurd claims co-pen credits on some of the format’s biggest hits including “Lonely Tonight” (Blake Shelton), “Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset” (Luke Bryan), ACM Award-nominated “What If I Never Get Over You” and “You Look Good” (Lady A), and “Heartless” (Diplo ft. Morgan Wallen). Hurd continues his hit-producing path with the release of his latest single, “Every Other Memory,” which has been dubbed one of the Best Songs of April 2020 (TIME) and follows his Gold-certified Top 20 hit, “To A T,” a No. 1 on SiriusXM The Highway’s Hot 30 Countdown. Lauded for “generating major buzz” and “making waves” (Rolling Stone), the Kalamazoo native has garnered more than 346 million career streams worldwide and caught the attention of entertainment tastemakers including Esquire, GQ, Maxim, American Songwriter, Billboard, People, NBC’s “TODAY,” and more.