Luke Bryan has just lately presented his loved ones with an emotional new music video, and it is incredibly affecting.
The country singer can be seen unwinding in an old barn while watching home films and snippets from his docuseries, Luke Bryan: My Dirt Road Diary, in the music video for his most recent single, Up. The song is off his latest studio album, which was released in 2018.
There are videos of the artist when he was younger that show him fishing with his father Tommy and hunting with his two sons, Thomas and Tatum.
Even a film was made of him giving his children their first hugs for posterity’s sake. Luke’s deceased brother Chris is also shown in the scene, along with another family.
Luke left a comment on the teaser tape that was published on Instagram, in which he said, “It was so overwhelming when I saw the footage of my boys with both of their grandfathers and then the close-up clip of my brother basically looking at me.”
“I couldn’t be happier with the message that this song conveys, as well as the way that the music video turned out. You may check it out right immediately on @facebookwatch!
Fans were quick to comment on the post, and their responses included the following: “Love this song, it’s wonderful,” and “This is really touching.” are two of the comments that listeners have made. A third individual added, “So happy you released this song,” while commenting on the situation.
Others prayed for the singer when he recently revealed that he had suffered a little setback that may have harmed his vocal cords. They were concerned about his ability to sing.
The fact that he was on “vocal rest” was made public by his wife Caroline Bryan when she posted a picture on social media showing her covering her husband’s mouth with tape when they were at home in the kitchen.
She also joked that she wasn’t too worried about Luke losing his voice because of “excessive yelling at National Championship game.” This was a reference to the fact that Luke was yelling a lot throughout the game.
She had written, “I’m going to babble incessantly and annoy the heck out of him.”
Before making his much anticipated appearance at Crash My Playa 2022 in Cancun, the judge from American Idol is finding that his voice is becoming increasingly fatigued.
Luke will be performing on the Crash My Playa tour among other artists such as Dustin Lynch, Jimmie Allen, and Jason Aldean. The tour will begin on January 19 and continue through January 22.