RYAN KINDER SHARES STORIES OF “CRAZY LOVE” IN BRAND NEW MUSIC VIDEO
SEPTEMBER 19, 2017
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – (September 19, 2017) – With the release of his brand new music video, Warner Bros. Records / Warner Music Nashville recording artist Ryan Kinder is sharing the heart of his soulful single “Still Believe In Crazy Love.” The video premiered today with Billboard, who posited that this latest track “has taken his career to a different level.” Directed by Justin Key, the many versions of “Crazy Love” are showcased by the poignant visuals and intermittent audio breaks allowing each individual to share their unique story.
“[My] older songs were more to the point and had a certain feeling in mind that was very focused into one idea, and 'Crazy Love' means something different to every person,” Kinder told Billboard. “I think that's why it resonates with so many people, because it means something painful, joyous, redemptious, heart-aching, whatever it is that they experience, it'll bring that emotion back and make them feel it in three and a half minutes.”
The vignettes throughout the video feature Kinder himself along with family and friends, including a special guest in CMT’s Cody Alan. Steve Dorff, father of the late “Crazy Love” co-writer Andrew Dorff, spoke in a touching moment about what the song meant to his son and now what it means to him. Kinder will release interviews capturing the full stories of those who appeared in the video in the coming weeks.
The singer / songwriter has spent September not only in front of the camera but also on stage with shows scatteredthroughout the month. He recently participated in the first ever Nashville House Concert event alongside country superstar Martina McBride, Shane McAnally, Josh Osborne and more. Last week he helped bring the magic of the Grand Ole Opry to Bryant Park in New York City, and tonight he will join label mates Hunter Hayes and Frankie Ballard at Warner Music Nashville for a concert benefiting hurricane victims.
With his powerful yet vulnerable voice, guitar and 30+ million streams (led by his previous release “Close”), the Birmingham, AL native is set to release more music from his upcoming debut album on Warner Bros. / Warner Music Nashville.