Eldredge takes "The Long Way" in new video
Thursday, October 19, 2017
– Brett Eldredge is out with a video for his single "The Long Way."
The video, released on YouTube on Tuesday, was directed by Jay Martin and shot outside of Nashville.
Eldredge reportedly helped create the vision for the video. Driving alongside reality star Sadie Robertson in a Chevrolet Impala, Eldredge took "The Long Way" around her town to learn more about what made her who she is. Robertson is part of the Duck Dynasty Robertson clan.
"My fans have never reacted to a video quite like this," said Eldredge. "This is incredible. I think we all can relate to the feeling you get when showing off your hometown to someone you really care about, and this video captures that magic. Plus Sadie Robertson is such an amazing person and actress. She made this video extra special."
Eldredge is on Luke Bryan's "Huntin', Fishin' and Lovin' Every Day" tour into November.
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