Urban drops "Street Called Main" video
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Urban drops "Street Called Main" video

Friday, November 18, 2022 – A music video for Keith Urban's new song "Street Called Main" is now out.

The video, shot in Portland, Tenn., marks the first time that director Justin Key and Urban have worked together on a music video.

Urban said, "It's pure, open road with the windows down, feel-good as it gets."

"Some memories are triggered by the simplest of things, like finding yourself anywhere in the world – even on a 'street called main' – and suddenly 'she' comes flooding back."

Urban, who has been working on a new album slated for release in 2023, recorded "Main" in Nashville with longtime co-producer Dann Huff. He will wrap The Speed of NowWorld Tour 2022 in Australia next month.

Urban's current radio single is "Brown Eyes Baby."


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