Urban releases "Never Coming Down" video
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Urban releases "Never Coming Down" video

Thursday, August 23, 2018 – Keith Urban debuted the music video for his latest single "Never Coming Down," from his CD "Graffiti U."

Urban said the video "captures the energy and spirit of being at a show - lost in the music, along with everyone else that's there, whether you know them or not. That's the feeling that I wanted to capture in the video."

Urban's collaborator, director Carter Smith, said, "In casting, we took the people that were happiest to be themselves - whatever that was. We brought in voguers, break dancers, hip-hop dancers - line dancers - everybody's dancing together for this one song, on this one night."

The video opens with a nervous young man approaching a bar. As he makes his way inside, he's slowly consumed by the feeling in the room, everyone dancing, expressing themselves in their own way, lost in the music. By the end of the video, he's showing them all how to line dance.

Urban is currently in the midst of his 62-city "GRAFFITI U WORLD TOUR 2018."


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