Kane Brown released the music video for his latest single “Worship You” on Friday, October 30.
The country superstar’s new video truly brings him and his wife Katelyn’s love story to life even including a cameo of their 1-year-old daughter, Kingsley. This video marks the second that his daughter has been featured in, following her appearance in his unifying music video for “Worldwide Beautiful.”
The Alex Alvga directed clip features some breathtaking views in Jackson Hole, Wyoming including shots of Brown singing to his wife and daughter surrounded by rivers, creeks and many acres of open fields. Ending the visually stunning clip with an overhead drone shot of him and his beautiful family that they will always have to cherish.
He explained that the video is him “walking through all this beautiful acreage, rivers, creeks and open fields and just singing to them [Katelyn & Kingsley]. Just telling them that they’re my everything and at the very end there’s a beautiful drone shot that’s gonna catch us in a field with the mountains behind us while we’re all huddled up together. That was our first shot together as a family and I don’t think it could’ve been to a better song. It was awesome to have them in the video and for them to just be apart of the song.”
Watch the new music video below.
In a recent interview, Brown compared the music video to the Disney film, Homeward Bound, he said “I don’t know if you ever seen the movie, the Disney movie, Homeward Bound. For some reason it really reminded me of Homeward Bound, whenever they got away, it might’ve been the second homeward bound, there was this river we saw which reminded me of them walking on, it was beautiful.”
“When I wrote this song, it was about my wife and then our beautiful baby came into our picture and now it’s kind of around both of them, I worship them, they’re my family and I love them to death,” Brown said ahead of his CMT Music Awards performance of the track.
“Worship You” appears on Brown’s latest EP, Mixtape Vol. 1, and was co-written by Brown alongside Alexander Izquierdo, Ryan Vojtesak and Matt McGinn, Produced by Dann Huff.