Trea Landon Releases ‘Loved By A Country Boy’ Music Video
Rising country artist Trea Landon recently released the official music video for his latest single “Loved By A Country Boy,”…
Trea Landon; Photo Courtesy Warner Music Nashville
Rising country artist Trea Landon recently released the official music video for his latest single “Loved By A Country Boy,” and it’s bound to steal every girl’s heart.
In the clip, Landon, a Georgia native, paints a picture of all the perks that come along with dating a true country boy. His character uses smooth moves on a love interest to make sure that she feels extra special whenever she’s around him. He shows her how to cast a fishing pole, holds onto the sides of a canoe to make sure that she gets in safely an even paddles the water-ready vessel, while she enjoys her day out in the sun. Landon finally caps off the romantic day by building a bonfire and slow dancing with his significant other under the moonlight.
“Loved By A Country Boy,” which Landon penned alongside Kyle Fishman, Dallas Davidson and Justin Wilson, marks the first major-label release of his career. The song, which generated nearly three million digital streams and landed in the Top 20 on Spotify’s United States Viral 50 chart, is set to impact country radio on Monday, Aug. 26.
“This is the right song to kick off my career at country radio because it really tells you who I am,” Landon said in a statement. “I’m a country boy and if you’re with me, I’m gonna make you feel loved in the way that only a country boy can. The video highlights just what that means – days and nights together outside, fishing, canoeing, and supporting each other. I’m excited for people to see it and relate to it.”
Landon is currently promoting his new music and will be performing a handful of shows in the coming months. For more information on tour dates, fans can visit Landon’s official website.
Check out the music video for Trea Landon’s “Loved By A Country Boy” above.
Melinda Lorge is a Nashville-based freelance writer who specializes in covering country music. Along with Country Now, her work has appeared in publications, including Rare Country, Rolling Stone Country, Nashville Lifestyles Magazine, Wide Open Country and more. After joining Rare Country in early 2016, Lorge was presented with the opportunity to lead coverage on late-night television programs, including “The Voice” and “American Idol,” which helped her to sharpen her writing skills even more. Lorge earned her degree at Middle Tennessee State University, following the completion of five internships within the country music industry. She has an undeniable love for music and entertainment. When she isn’t living and breathing country music, she can be found enjoying time outdoors with family and friends.