Following the drop of his hometown heartbreak anthem, “As Far As I Know,” Big Loud Records’ Sean Stemaly has released a brand-new music video for the nostalgia-filled tune.
Produced by Joey Moi, co-produced by Derek Wells, and written by Jameson Rodgers, Hunter Phelps, and Justin Wilson, the smooth and steady track sheds light on a fleeting small-town love — a story many listeners know all too well.
Directed by Justin Clough and shot in Linden, TN, the picturesque video finds Stemaly reminiscing on a past love as he wanders through his hometown, paying wistful visits to places where tender memories were made.
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