2019 American Idol winner Laine Hardy has released the music video for his single Ground I Grew Up On.
The video was filmed earlier this year on the picturesque bayou in his home state of Louisiana and directed by Dustin Haney. It premiered in partnership with CMT and you can watch it below:
“What I love most about this music video is, it is spot on what I love to do and how I grew up, hanging with all my buddies on the river and just having a good time!” says Laine. “I hope that it helps people in Louisiana and the whole country in this crazy time we’re all going through together. Hope it reminds people of the fun we will be having again soon.”
Laine has released two new songs, Ground I Grew Up On written by Brandon Kinney, Josh Thompson and Brett Beavers and Let There Be Country written by Jason Afable, Steve Moakler and Tim Nichols. Both songs are available now on all streaming platforms via Hollywood Records/Industrial Media’s 19 Recordings.
While we’re in lockdown thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, Laine will perform live on his Ground I Grew Up On Virtual Tour. He’ll be making more than 15 stops through to the end of May and you can see him at the following dates:
April 10 – Raising Cane’s
April 13 – Wrangler Live Network
April 14 – CMT
April 15 – Live with Kelly & Ryan
April 19 – ABC’s American Idol
April 20 – Romeo Ent. Group
April 22 – The Boot
April 24 – USO
April 26 – Radio Disney Country
April 27 – Country Rebel
April 29 – Taste of Country
May 4 – Country Now
May 6 – The Tennessean
May 11 – Sounds Like Nashville
May 13 – Sweety High
May 18 – One Country
May 20 – Hollywire
*Subject to change, please check LaineHardyMusic.com for the latest information.