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Keith Urban debuts ‘Cop Car’ video

LOS ANGELES, CA - JANUARY 27: Musician Keith Urban attends 'The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY Salute To The Beatles' at the Los Angeles Convention Center on January 27, 2014 in Los Angeles,
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Keith Urban held the exclusive video premiere for his latest single “Cop Car” on Jan. 27, 2014 on "E! Online." This is the third release from Urban’s new album Fuse. The album has already scored two number one songs with “Little Bit Of Everything” which was the first single released and the follow up “We Were Us” featuring Miranda Lambert.

Urban said “I love the image of this song” adding “A guy falling in love with this girl, while they’re both in handcuffs, and she’s going nuts – all in the back of a cop car.” Urban discussed making the video for “Cop Car” saying "There are certain songs that are written sort of visually that you can sort of see this whole unfolding."

Urban discussed making the video in a behind the scenes look by saying "So for me, shooting the video, the challenge for the video was really like anything where people have their own idea of what all this is visually and now we've got to actually give it a look. But at the same time it was incredibly easy to shoot the video. Because it's just…there it is."

Urban took the stage to perform “Cop Car” with Gary Clark Jr. at “The 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards” and the two showcased their impressive guitar techniques during the performance. Urban headed into the award show with a nomination in the Best Country Duo/Group Performance category for his guitar work on “Highway Don’t Care” with Tim McGraw and Taylor Swift. Urban discussed his nomination saying "It's such an unusual feeling for me to have a Grammy nomination for playing a guitar solo and I'm very, very grateful for that.”

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