Lee Brice shares intimate footage from his personal life in his newly-released "I Don't Dance" music video. As a tender ballad, the track is the lead-in to his forthcoming album and "Hard 2 Love" followup, expected later this year. The song itself tells the story of falling in love and getting married: something Brice knows plenty about.
“In my mind it was a song for Sarah, before we got married,” the ACM Awards-nominated star reveals to Radio.com of the song, which he co-wrote with Rob Hatch and Dallas Davidson. “It was kind of about our first dance.”
He adds, “Immediately when we finished writing it, I realized it wasn’t just a song I was writing for my wife,” Brice continued. “Maybe because it was coming from that place,” but whatever the cause “it turned out so special.”
The nearly four-minute clip mixes a solo performance on guitar at the Ryman Auditorium, otherwise known as the Mother Church of Country Music, and actual images from his 2013 wedding. "I'd do anything with you, anywhere," he sings as the footage slices through. "Yes, you got me in the palm of your hand."
“It’s such a personal song. It’s very honest and very real," he says.
Brice's new album will drop sometime this summer, and he “could finish it tomorrow if I have to. But I’m going to take every minute I can to make it better and better. Fine tune and fine tune. So in a couple months I’ll have it done.”
Check out the music video above.