Brothers Osborne explore the tumultuous relationship between two young lovers in their cinematic new video for “21 Summer.”
The clip was directed by Justin Clough and shot in Nashville, including the infamous dive bar Tin Dog Tavern. Viewers follow the story of a boy who falls for a free-spirited and mysterious girl. The high of young love suddenly plummets after a dark secret is revealed.
Brothers Osborne has never been afraid of pushing the boundaries, and the video for “21 Summer” continues that trend. The video artfully shows a young relationship that may not last forever, but won’t ever be forgotten. This feeling of nostalgia is a sentiment that instantly connects with country fans, no matter their age or background.
“‘21 Summer’ is one of those songs that a lot of people can relate to,” TJ Osborne said in a statement. “There are moments where so many things change in your life and I think one of the biggest is getting your heart broken for the first time. Everyone’s ’21 Summer’ is going to be a little different but with this video we wanted to do something distinctive by taking a very particular story and applying it to the song’s lyrics.”
Fans can hear “21 Summer” and all their other favorite Brothers Osborne tracks while they’re out on tour this summer. You can catch them as support for Miranda Lambert’s Keeper Of The Flame Tour, with multiple stops in California later this month. A full list of upcoming tour dates is available at the duo’s official website.