Song hits Top 10 at country radio
Thomas Rhett shares the official video for his current Top 10 single “Beer Can’t Fix” featuring Jon Pardi off his GRAMMY, CMA and ACM Awards nominated fourth studio album Center Point Road (The Valory Music Co.). Written by Thomas Rhett with Julian Bunetta, Zach Skelton and Ryan Tedder, the video directed by Shaun Silva in Key West, FL immediately captures the buoyant and feel-good lyrics laden throughout the “celebratory” (Rolling Stone) song, a welcomed moment of relief during trying times. Watch the video here.
“We wrote this song to be fun and uplifting and wanted to take that same energy into the video,” Rhett shares. “Jon and I had a blast filming this a few weeks ago in Key West, and I hope it brings a smile to people’s faces.”
The track was an instant stand-out during Rhett’s 2019 Very Hot Summer Tour where “deafening screams echoed” (Charlotte Observer) throughout capacity amphitheaters and arenas. Riding the momentum of “a championship season” (St. Louis Post Dispatch), Rhett kicks off his headlining The Center Point Road Tour with special guests Cole Swindell and Hardy, on May 29th.
Rhett’s fourth studio album Center Point Road debuted atop the Billboard Top 200 and made history earning the biggest streaming debut for a country album ever. The album connects fans to Thomas Rhett’s past, weaving together autobiographical stories with familiar sounds that have propelled his meteoric career. The follow up to his GRAMMY-nominated, platinum-selling No. 1 album Life Changes that has surpassed one billion streams, Center Point Road is a return to Thomas Rhett’s roots. All those moments and more are revealed through a series of deeply-personal twists and turns – but this project isn’t about pining for glory days. It’s about knowing where you came from and who you really are, regardless of how much has changed. It’s about pushing forward, chasing crazy dreams and raising a family, and staying true to yourself in the process.
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