Brett Young is quite familiar with country music success, boasting platinum albums and multiple-times-platinum No. 1’s. His 2018 hit “Catch” just got a music video, and it’s already racked up over 100,000 views since its release on June 3rd.
For the video, we see what Young’s college days might have looked like as he returns to the pitching mound at Ole Miss’ Swayze Field. The video plays on the word “Catch,” involving Young as a pitcher catching feelings for a beautiful woman.
In the time-hopping video, we see a young Brett falling in love while on the university baseball team, exchanging glances with his girl in the crowd during a game, sharing lunches, and reading on Ole Miss’ lush lawns. Flash forward to modern-day Brett looking out at Swayze Field, reflecting on his time in college, and playing catch with his son. An emotional journey based on Young’s real-life experience with sports injury, the “Catch” music video offers his fans a peek into his world.
Young’s Twitter fans and colleagues are celebrating the song and the new video:
Coming up this year, Brett will be performing at festivals nationwide including CMA Music Fest in Nashville, Faster Horses in Brooklyn, MI, and Country LakeShake in Chicago, and opening fr Luke Bryan at Massachusetts’ Gillette Stadium.
Catch the new video here or get more information about Brett Young and his upcoming adventures on his website.
Also coming up this summer in the world of country music is Maddie & Tae’s tour with Carrie Underwood, where they’ll be hitting cities all over the country to bring fans music from their latest album, One Heart To Another.