Just under a week after the release of their brand new single “A Song To Remember,” A Thousand Horses just released the music video to accompany the new track.
The Patrick Tohill directed music video was filmed on a stormy afternoon in Watertown, TN, featuring the quartet calling out to the rolling hills to escape the never-fading memory of a past relationship.
“Mother Nature helped lend a hand by providing the perfect stormy backdrop for illustrating the isolation of heartbreak purgatory the song speaks to,” said lead vocalist Michael Hobby. “We dealt with some pretty intense lightning, which actually makes a cameo in the video, but the risk was definitely worth the reward.”
“I need a song to remember/ And a drink to forget/ I’m on my way to gettin’ over you/ But I ain’t there yet,” the group sings on the chorus. “When the melody hits me/ Little coke in my whiskey/ I’m as close to good as I’m gonna get/ I need a song to remember/ And a drink to forget.”
“A Song To Remember” was co-written by Hobby alongside Brad Warren, Brett Warren and Christopher Stevens, produced by GRAMMY-award winner, Dave Cobb.
A Thousand Horses are set to release their forthcoming album, Let The Band Play On, later this year. In addition to the song, which serves as the lead single from the much-anticipated album, the group also previewed the album with two other tracks including “Drinking Song” and “Livin’ My Best Life.”