Eldredge loses mind

Tuesday, April 21, 2015 – Brett Eldredge released a video today for his new single, "Lost My Mind," which will be on his sophomore release.

"Lost My Mind" goes for ads on May 4 and is also available as a video.

"I've had experiences like this," Eldredge says of the song, written by Eldredge, Ross Copperman and Heather Morgan. "Sometimes the groove of a song might tell you what path you're going down. All the sudden this wacky groove starts leading you to weird places. And I remembered this girl I was talking to for a while, and I couldn't think about anything else in the whole world but this girl."

The new single has a tough act to follow because he had top 10 hits with "Don't Ya in 2012, "Beat of the Music" in 2013 and "Mean to Me" last year. The songs were on his 2013 debut disc, "Bring You Back."

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