As their newest song heads to country radio, Atlantic Records / Warner Music Nashville duo High Valley release their official music video and shares what “Single Man” truly means to them. The Sean Hagwell-directed video was shot just outside of Nashville, the town brothers Brad and Curtis Rempel have adopted as home alongside their wives, and highlights something close to the hearts of them both: family.
“I wish we could take credit for the treatment of this video, but we can’t! Thanks to Sean for a cool storyline that really complements the song,” Brad said. “The moment we saw it, we were pumped for people to see this unique take on the meaning of ‘Single Man’ – and we’re excited for more fans to listen as it goes to radio today!”
“Single Man” hit radio as one of the most-added songs and has quickly earned early critical praise (listen HERE). Taste of Country asserted that “this may be the most rhythmic act in country music” and praised the song for its “foot-stomping, rootsy sound.” All Access noted that the “mandolin-infused, Bluegrass-inspired song stands out – in the best possible way” while MusicRow declared succinctly, “Absolutely play this.” Brad wrote “Single Man” alongside Derick Southerland and Jordan Schmidt.