Jerrod Niemann’s video for his new single, “Shinin’ On Me,” reflects the song’s infectious summer vibe. Filmed in East Nashville at The Family Wash, a restaurant and music venue, the video shows Jerrod and his friends having a full-fledged party inside while a lone man in business attire dines outdoors until the skies open up and rain drives him to seek shelter.
Jerrod co-wrote the song with friends Lee Brice, Rob Hatch and Lance Miller. It’s the first single from his sophomore album, due to be released in the fall. It includes horns in its production, just a small taste of what fans can expect to hear on his forthcoming sophomore album, which is set to hit stores this Fall. The album is being co-produced by Dave Brainard and Jerrod and tracked on analog equipment to create a sound reminiscent of classic hits such as “Ring of Fire” (Johnny Cash) and “Women I’ve Never Had” (Hank Williams, Jr.).
“I feel like making an album with horns is definitely a risky step, but my favorite thing about it is that it gives my listeners a taste of something unique,” Jerrod says. “I have been watching people react to my music out on the road for years, and because I have the feeling that people are actually listening, it makes me more inspired to become a better musician, producer, songwriter, artist and really give them something different, and a sound that I love.”
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Jerrod is currently on tour with Miranda Lambert and will set out on his own tour dates later this summer.