Chris Stapleton Teases New Music With Cryptic New Video Clip
Is new Chris Stapleton music coming in November?
After wiping out his social media accounts over the weekend, Chris Stapleton returned with a new video clip that appears to tease new music.
The 37-second video features shots of the Grammy-winning artist, his wife, Morgane, and his band intermixed with ambiguous video clips that seem to have an underlying theme of nature, including fire, horses, butterflies, frogs, birds.
The video closes with the date 11.13.20, possibly signifying a new single or album.
Chris Stapleton’s latest project, From A Room: Volume 2, was released on December 1, 2017. That record, which was nominated for Best Country Album at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards, spawned the hit “Millionaire” and also earned the celebrated artist a nomination for CMA Album of the Year.
Since then, Stapleton has remained relatively quiet on the music front, however, continued to tour to sold-out crowds. This year, the Kentucky native was slated to continue his All-American Road Show, but was forced to postpone the headlining run until 2021 due to the coronavirus outbreak.
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