It’s been full steam ahead for Sundance Head since winning season 11 of The Voice. The Texan has been all over the country with press junkets, meetings with his new label, and of course, working on his music.
Despite his busy schedule, Head has managed to find time to film a music video for his song “Darlin’ Don’t Go.” Head debuted the song during The Voice‘s season 11 finale. The devastatingly beautiful tune was originally written for his wife, and the video fits the song perfectly.
The clip is simple, featuring Head in a darkened home, writing love songs to his wife. Head’s powerful country blues voice booms from the video’s onset, as he begs his wife not to go. It’s a haunting track that warms the heart and devastates the soul.
“Darlin’ Don’t Go” is currently available on iTunes, along with Sundance Head’s other solo performances on season 11 of The Voice. Head beat out country child star Billy Gilman, Josh Gallagher, and Wé McDonald.
Sundance was chosen to compete on the show as part of Blake Shelton’s team, after he entered the blind auditions singing Otis Redding’s “I’ve Been Loving You Too Long.” Head’s finale performances were just as memorable, and included a duet with KISS, along with renditions of Etta James’ “At Last,” his father’s song “Treat Her Right,” and “Darlin’ Don’t Go.” Upon winning the competition, Sundance Head signed a recording contract with Universal Music Group.