A new video for “Goodbye Summer,” featuring Danielle Bradbery and Thomas Rhett, has been released.
“The music video was so fun to make — it’s a beautiful video and I can’t wait for everybody to see it,” Bradbery told People. “Even just having the song in the first place with Thomas Rhett has been so fun and to see his creative side, especially with my music, I’m really thankful that he was excited to come on my song and make it even better. Thomas Rhett is so talented and I’m so lucky to know him like I do,” she added.
Speaking about the sandy beaches of Florida’s 30A, where the video was shot, Bradbery says, “It’s one of my favorite videos that we’ve done so far. It’s based on Rosemary Beach before Hurricane Michael hit and we were so sad to see that happen. Both me and Thomas Rhett find Rosemary Beach a vacation spot, so it was really really sad and devastating.”
“Goodbye Summer” was originally recorded solo by Bradbery for her sophomore album I Don’t Believe We’ve Met.
Its lyrics were written by Thomas Rhett, his dad Rhett Akins, Jaren Johnston, and Julian Bunetta.
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