Young plays "Catch" on video
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Young plays "Catch" on video

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Brett Young released a video for his new single "Catch."

Directed by Seth Kupersmith and filmed at Young's alma-mater, the University of Mississippi, the video has a semi-autobiographical storyline, transporting back to his chapter as a collegiate baseball player and chronicling snippets of an early love story, ultimately revealing the moment that changed everything for Young when he injured his arm pitching. The video ends with the Yiddish proverb "Man plans. God laughs."

"Catch," co-written by Young, Ross Copperman and Ashley Gorley and the follow-up to five consecutive hits, was a Most Added song at country radio this week.


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