Rice releases "Lonely If You Are" video
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Rice releases "Lonely If You Are" video

Thursday, February 6, 2020

Fresh off the release of his surprise project, "The Album Part I," Chase Rice today released "Lonely If You Are" music video.

The video directed by Reid Long puts a twist on live concert footage with young aspiring musicians taking center stage in place of Rice, plus his band and crew, at a recent tour stop in Michigan. Rice also makes cameos throughout the video - first as the meet and greet photographer and later in the pre-show huddle - as do his band members, who pass the musical baton to their lookalike counterparts.

"Performing on the road for a sold-out crowd is something our childhood selves dreamed about, so it's cool to see 'mini versions' of us living out those moments in the video," said Rice. "We wanted to highlight how much fun it really is getting to play shows all over the world and how fortunate we are to share these moments with our fans."

"Lonely If You Are" is featured on the new release.

Rice recently wrapped his headlining The Pint of Anything Tour throughout Europe and will soon join Brantley Gilbert's Fire't Up Tour for select dates starting April 16 in Greenville, S.C.


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