Northern California charmer Tyler Rich is quickly distinguishing himself as one of Country’s leading men and isn’t afraid to wear his heart on his sleeve. With his new music video for “The Difference,” available now on Vevo + syndicators, Tyler genuinely embraces the song’s sentiment throughout scenes with his fiancée Sabina Gadecki.
Director Mason Dixon filmed scenes with the real-life couple and their dogs Abby and Charlie around his current home base of Nashville, TN. Strolling and snuggling on location in the Germantown and East Nashville neighborhoods, their on-screen courtship intensifies as Tyler demonstrates that she is more than casual fling. Going all in, he wants to make sure she knows – “There’s a difference between ‘miss ya’ and ‘I miss your face’ / There’s a difference in ‘what’s goin’ on’ and ‘baby, how was your day’ / Yeah, there’s a hell of a difference in sayin’ three words / Or kinda just meanin’ two / There’s a difference in ‘love ya’ and ‘I love you’ / And I wanna be the difference.”
Tyler immediately related to “The Difference” upon hearing the lyrics, which Rhett Akins, Ben Burgess, Devin Dawson and Jacob Durrett penned. “The phrases are so reflective of the relationship that I have with my fiancée,” expressed Tyler. “Soon after meeting her I knew she was the one. I would text her and say ‘love ya’ and she would respond with ‘you mean I love you?’ To me it was the same thing but now I know better!”
Officially impacting Country radio on April 2, “The Difference” (The Valory Music Co.) is available now through all digital partners and has already crossed over 1 million streams. Already finding better odds since giving up his Economics degree for music, Tyler has caught the attention of SiriusXM as a coveted Highway Find, a CMT Listen Up 2018 artist and will open for Justin Moore at Ryman Auditorium on May 2.
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