Worsham, Moore team up for video
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Worsham, Moore team up for video

Wednesday, September 20, 2023 – Charlie Worsham and Kip Moore are out with the official music video for their new song "Kiss Like You Dance."

The video, directed by Emma Kate Golden, takes the viewer on a night out in East Nashville alongside Worsham and Moore. Together they bring a rowdy good time – for better or worse – to two neighborhood favorites, The 5 Spot and The Fox.

"I've never had more fun making a music video than I did with my buddy Kip Moore for 'Kiss Like You Dance,'" Worsham said. "It's even cooler to me that we shot the whole thing in East Nashville. Emma Golden and her crew knocked it out of the park, and I think fans will get a kick out of a very special cameo toward the end of the video. And hey, if y'all like it have as much as I do, send the video to a friend you'd like to take to the honky tonks."

The song will be on Worsham's upcoming project, "Compadres," out Oct. 13. The Cadillac Three's lead singer Jaren Johnston produced the effort, which also features Luke Combs, Elle King, Lainey Wilson and Dierks Bentley.

The track list is:
1. Handful of Dust featuring Lainey Wilson (Tony Arata)
2. Kiss Like You Dance featuring Kip Moore (Jon Nite, Andrew DeRoberts, Andy Albert)
3. How I Learned To Pray featuring Luke Combs (Charlie Worsham, Jeremy Spillman, Ryan Tyndell)
4. Creekwater Clear featuring Elle King (Charlie Worsham, Brent Cobb, Jaren Johnston)
5. Things I Can't Control featuring Dierks Bentley (Ross Copperman, David Lee Murphy, Ashley Gorley)

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