WATCH: Brett Young’s Wife And Daughters Steal The Show In Touching New ‘Dance With You’ Music Video

This marks the first time the full family of four has been featured in a music video.


Madeleine O’Connell

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August 4, 2023

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Brett Young Dance With You; Photo Courtesy YouTube

Brett Young shares a heartfelt moment with his wife, Taylor Mills Young, and their two daughters, Rowan Marie Young, 2, and Presley Elizabeth Young, 3, in the just-released music video for his song, “Dance With You.” 

Sitting in a pastel pink and white ensemble, the country star begins to sing the lyrics inspired by his other half, Taylor. At the same time, the screens light up behind him to reveal hazy clips from the memorable day they said “I Do” in 2018. To make the moment even more special, the music video was filmed in Palm Springs, just down the road from where they got married. 

Brett Young Dance With You; Photo Courtesy YouTube
Brett Young Dance With You; Photo Courtesy YouTube

Just after he finishes delivering the first chorus, Young looks off to the side and breaks out in a big smile as he opens up his arms to welcome his little girls into his lap. Dressed in their matching pink dresses, Rowan and Presley join the set along with their mom, and together, the family of four dances along to the romantic tune.


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Co-written by Young with Jimmy Robbins and Jordan Minton, the stunning melody and passionate lyrics of “Dance With You” paints a special picture for viewers as it serves as a reminder that life is too short to not be celebrating the small moments in life with the ones you love.  

“Pick out a song, I can hold you to / Go on, let down your hair / Baby, kick off your shoes / They say, “Life’s a dance” / And if that’s the truth / I only wanna dance with you,” Young delivers on the chorus. 

Currently at Country radio, this song earned the “Mercy” singer his biggest week on streaming numbers to date and has garnered more than 40 million streams since, contributing his to more than 8.4 billion career streams.

“Dance With You” appears as the leading single to Young’s new albumAcross The Sheets. 

Out now via BMLG Records, the eight-song project represents a chapter of authentic storytelling with some of Young’s boldest works thematically and lyrically to date. Overall, the tracks pull from the country singer’s current season of life as a dad and a husband who feels inspired by his family to be the best version of himself. 

While sharing the project via social media, Brett Young opened up about his intentions with this collection of songs, revealing he “really dug deep.”

He wrote, “I went into this with the goal of putting out ‘a little bit of something for everyone’ and to pull back the curtain and continue to be vulnerable so people could see and know more of my life through my music. I hope more than anything that is what comes across.”

“We’ve been playing the new songs on out on the road and to see how fans have already connected with them is truly special. I hope this album means as much to you as it does to me,” Young said in conclusion.

In addition to “Dance With You,” the album also features “Let Go Too Soon,” “Back To Jesus” and “You Ain’t Here To Kiss Me (2022)”

Brett Young is currently on the road in support of Sam Hunt’s Summer on the Outskirts Tour. This trek launched July 6 in Hartford, Connecticut and has taken the country stars across several major cities throughout the United States. The tour will wrap up on September 9 in Raleigh, North Carolina. 

Shortly after, Young will embark on his headlining Dance With You Tour. Kicking off September 14 in Pennsylvania, this upcoming sting of shows will include visits to Normal, IL, Las Vegas NV, Boise, ID and more before coming to a close on October 14 in Tacoma, WA. 

Special guests for this run include Jake Scott and Griffen Palmer.

For all upcoming tour dates and ticket information, visit

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Madeleine O’Connell graduated from North Central College with a bachelors degree in Journalism and Broadcast Communications before deciding to pursue her studies further at DePaul University. There, she earned her masters degree in Digital Communication & Media Arts. O’Connell served as a freelance writer for over two years while also interning with the Academy of Country Music, SiriusXM and Circle Media and assisting with Amazon Music’s Country Heat Weekly podcast. In addition to Country Now, she has been published in American Songwriter, Music Mayhem, and Holler.Country. Madeleine O’Connell is a member of the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music.