Tucker Beathard Shares ‘Raw and Real’ Music Video For ‘You Would Think’
Tucker Beathard recently released the music video for his new single, “You Would Think,” and the emotional clip will stop…
Tucker Beathard recently released the music video for his new single, “You Would Think,” and the emotional clip will stop you in your tracks.
Directed by Sam Siske, the powerful video details a troubled relationship between a mother who struggles with addiction and her daughter who has to deal with the consequences.
“The video for ‘You Would Think’ was really important to me, because I wanted it to tell the story of the song from the perspective we had when we were first writing it,” said Beathard, “’You Would Think’ can apply to many different types of strained relationships, but the storyline for this video is really raw and real. I’m looking forward to the song being available at radio on Monday too, and for more people to hopefully hear it.”
“You Would Think” is the latest release from Beathard’s upcoming second chapter of his debut double album. Co-written by the rising star alongside Donovan Woods and his father, Casey Beathard, the song showcases Tucker’s depth as an artist and songwriter.
“What I love about songwriting is that it can be so personal, but you also get to tell stories for other people and from other people’s outlook,” Beathard recently explained. “With this song, I think when people initially hear it they might automatically assume it is about a romantic relationship, but when we were writing it we felt like it could be from the viewpoint of so many different relationships, whether it be romantic or even a family dynamic like a child to his or her parent. I think when you listen to it with that in mind it gives you a whole different perspective of the song.”
Beathard also co-produced and played lead guitar and drums on the track.
Click above to watch the powerful “You Would Think” music video.
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