Brett Eldredge looks back on a lost love in his new "Gabrielle" music video.
In the video, Eldredge returns to the high school he actually attended in real life. Throughout the clip, he explores the old gym and hallways that he once roamed as a teen growing up in Paris, Illinois.
"We started the day filming this video in the basketball gym that my grandfather, father, brother and myself all played in and ended the day in an open field watching one of the best Midwest sunsets I’d ever seen," the country star said in a press release. "The visual is so raw and honest that it feels like I’m still there in that gym. I can almost hear the lights buzz as they warm up before turning on completely and smell the old wood of the gym floor. I hope this song and the nostalgia we captured in the video inspires people to chase down opportunities your heart gives you, even if it might not work out in the end. You’ll be glad you never let fear hold you back."
The music video was shared just ahead of the release of Eldredge's new album, Sunday Drive, due out on Friday (July 10). The new project, which follows Eldredge's 2017 self-titled album, will include a total of 12 new songs. In addition to "Gabrielle" the singer has also already shared several other songs from the album, including the title track, "Sunday Drive" with fans.
Check out Eldredge's new "Gabrielle" music video below.
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