Chase Bryant’s debut music video for “Take It On Back” premieres on CMT tomorrow amidst accolades from radio and press alike.
The RED BOW artist’s debut single “Take It On Back” rests this week at #18 on the Country Aircheck/ USA Today chart (powered by Mediabase) and #19 on the Billboard Country Songs chart.
Additionally, Bryant’s very first music video has found him lauded as “Sexy” by People Country magazine – a coveted declaration for any newcomer.
People Country has the exclusive sneak peek of Bryant’s video for “Take It On Back” which was filmed aboard a vintage locomotive and at the Tennessee Railway Museum in Nashville. The storyline for the video holds special meaning for the 22-year-old guitar aficionado, who was very close to his grandfather Jimmy Bryant, sideman for legendary artists Waylon Jennings, Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly.
“My grandfather was super into trains,” Bryant tells People Country. “He was fascinated by them and collected them his entire life. . . There were railroad tracks by my grandfather’s house but trains didn’t run through there very often. On the day my grandfather died – at the very moment it happened, I kid you not – a huge freight train came barreling down that track. . .”
To find out more and to watch People Country’s exclusive behind-the-scenes video HERE.
Bryant’s music video for “Take It On Back” will premiere tomorrow (Tuesday, November 4th) across Country Music Television on CMT, CMT Pure, CMT Artists App and CMT.com
“Take It On Back” appears on Bryant’s debut EP, which he co-produced alongside Derek George (Randy Houser). Bryant co-wrote each song on the EP, which also includes the emotionally charged fan favorites “Change Your Name,” “Jet Black Pontiac” and “Little Bit of You.”
Bryant continues to earn rave reviews for his live shows as he crosses the U.S. as part of Brantley Gilbert’s LET IT RIDE Tour.