Brad Paisley has claimed this week’s MusicRow Chart No. 1 spot with his “Southern Comfort Zone.” Co-written by Paisley and his go-to writers Kelley Lovelace and Chris DuBois, the song is the first single from the singer’s ninth studio album, slated for release April 9.
Although the 11-week-old single is victorious on our radio chart, fans are waiting with bated breath for Paisley to reveal an official music video. All that waiting will end this Monday (12/10) with Paisley’s recently scheduled web chat and online video debut.
Until then, filming locations for the Jim Shea directed work remain purely speculation, but the latest photo from the shoot shows Paisley in front of the Eiffel tower. We’re hoping additional song lyrics foreshadow Paisley’s other filming destinations as: “…streets of Rome…the northern lights.”
One thing is certain, you don’t need a passport to enjoy the song.
Find more information on the upcoming video release here.
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