It’s been a little over two years since Grammy-nominated country powerhouse Cam released new music. Now, she’s back with her brand new single, “Till There’s Nothing Left,” out via RCA Records.
Co-written by Cam with lauded Nashville writer Hillary Lindsey and longtime collaborators, Tyler Johnson and Jeff Bhasker, “Till There’s Nothing Left” presents the idea of being all in when it comes to both the emotional and physical aspects of a romance. The inspiration behind the love song came from Cam’s relationship with her husband of three years, Adam Weaver.
“My husband and I will go drive and have a quickie in the back of the car. Why am I embarrassed to sing about that?” Cam, who recently welcomed the couple’s first child Lucy Marvel, shared in a statement. “‘Till There’s Nothing Left’ is a commitment. It’s saying – I am gonna love you with everything I have, physically, spiritually, I’m so in.”
The song’s accompanying video also drives home the message of being passionately committed to someone until the end of time. Directed by Dano Cerney, and filmed at the Hitching Post Saloon in Portland, Tennessee, the haunting clip draws viewers in with its apocalypse-style theme as bar patrons make the most of their final moments together.
“Till there’s nothing left / Till there’s nothing left,” Cam sings throughout the song’s anthemic chorus, while seated at a barstool. “Me and you in the backseat / Drivin’ me crazy / Killin’ me baby.”
“It’s the end of the world, and I know a little place in the eye of the storm,” Cam shared of the video, which she later revealed was filmed while she was eight months pregnant. “Let’s live our last moments dancing together in the neon glow.”
Cam first took the country music world by storm in 2015 with her breakthrough hit “Burning House,” which appears on her debut album, Untamed, and remains the best-selling country song by a female solo artist. “Till There’s Nothing Left,” which follows Cam’s 2017 single, “Diane,” serves as the first single from her forthcoming sophomore album, due out later this year.