Laine Hardy just debuted a live music video for his newest release, “Authentic.”
The clip showcases the American Idol winner and rising country star performing live and cutting up with his bandmates at various locations, including Brooklyn Bowl Nashville, a Nashville Sounds game, the LaPorte County Fair, Citation Studios and more.
“This song is one of my favorites to do live and I love the way the video ties that in,” the Louisiana native shares. “It also shows a more personal side of me, hanging with the band and just having fun on the road. I hope that people like watching it as much as we liked filming it.”
The just-released clip, which was directed by Sean Davé and Produced by Melissa Michalak, even showcases footage from Hardy’s Country Now Live show, which took place in mid-July.
“Authentic” was written by Jessi Alexander, Matt Jenkins, and David Lee Murphy and follows Hardy’s previous releases “Memorize You,” “Ground I Grew Up On,” “Tiny Town,” and more.
The tracks will be featured on his much-anticipated forthcoming debut album.
This fall, fans can catch Hardy on his headlining Monster Energy Outbreak Tour which runs through November 20.
Click above to watch the “Authentic” music video.