Carter Faith debuted her music video for the new track “Leaving Tennessee” on Wednesday (Aug. 19).
“Leaving Tennessee” was co-written by Faith alongside Jen Stegall and Margaret Valentine.
“This video brings my song to life because it is a look inside my head,” Faith told CMT. “It’s like a moody daydream version of a love letter.”
In the chorus she sings: “I would always pack my bags and go / Before they could find me out I would always hit the road / Before they could pin me down and when i tell you i’m a rolling stone / and that i’m never gonna feel at home / don’t listen to me you know better baby / I ain’t ever leaving Tennessee.”
Faith has been seen opening for country stars Cole Swindell, Raelynn, Jimmy Robbins, Jordan Schmidt and more. She has also appeared alongside the Song Suffragette ladies on stage at The Listening Room as well as on the Taylor Swift female empowerment track “The Man.”