Tim McGraw releases sentimental ‘Thought About You’ lyric video

Video is from forthcoming solo release on Columbia Nashville/McGraw Music

Grammy Award winning superstar Tim McGraw has released the lyric video for “Thought About You” via Columbia Nashville/McGraw Music. Directed by JP Robinson, the video brings the song to life by showcasing stories of love and friendship through a series of photographs – reminiscing on loved ones from the past and present who impact our lives. Released last October, “Thought About You” marked McGraw’s first new solo music in over two years and comes ahead of his forthcoming solo album set for release this year.

“The cool thing about ‘Thought About You’ is that it brings something, or someone, different to mind for everyone who hears it,” McGraw says in a press release. “It might be a loved one you saw yesterday, an old friend you haven’t spoken to in years or someone you know you’ll never see again. For the lyric video, we worked with art director JP Robinson who helped us find stories of friendship, love and loss that we could follow over time. There are some really special stories in those photos.”

McGraw most recently released “Thought About You” alongside the lead radio single “Neon Church.” “Thought About You” was written by Lee Thomas Miller, Brad Warren and Brett Warren and was produced by long-time collaborator Byron Gallimore. The tracks had critics raving with Billboard saying “McGraw heartbreakingly opens ‘Neon Church’ with his characteristically classic country vocals…. ‘Thought About You’ is equally as powerful,” and Rolling Stone declares “Thought About You” “A sweeping rocker.” Both tracks are available to stream and download now via Columbia Nashville/McGraw Music.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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