Whey Jennings attracts on one of many worst intervals of his personal life for his gritty new video for “Heartache and Serenade.” The hard-hitting new clip premieres completely with Style of Nation on Friday (Sept. 23).
The somber nation track talks in regards to the devastating fallout that comes on the finish of a relationship.
“The world should’ve turned upside-down / ‘Trigger she fell out of affection at this time,” Jennings sings to open the track, earlier than ruefully reflecting, “One or the opposite / They each led me right here / There’s heartache and serenade.”
“I had hit all-time low and was digging a gap,” Jennings tells Style of Nation candidly about his inspiration for the track. “I had all however misplaced my girlfriend on the time — who’s now my lovely spouse, whom I like with all my coronary heart — and it had destroyed me. There was no glad inspiration behind this track. It was a really, very darkish time in my life. I put pen to paper and wrote a really true, unhappy, heartbreaking track that does not have a contented ending. Although in the end it had a contented ending in my life, however within the track didn’t.”
Jennings desires his listeners to know that “I really feel ache similar to everyone else does,” he provides. “Songs like this unite us all. I do know I am not alone within the ache I felt on the time I wrote this track, and I would like individuals to know that they aren’t alone within the ache they really feel both.”
Clayton Q and Jamileigh Nolen performed Jennings and his now-wife within the new video, they usually “nailed it,” he enthuses, calling the shoot “an all-out nice expertise.”
Tammy Carolus — who Jennings refers to as his supervisor and “momager” — performed his mom within the clip, “as a result of your mother is who ya run dwelling to when the going will get powerful. Capturing the video was a tremendous expertise, and so was recording the track in Nashville with a number of the biggest session gamers on the town,” Jennings concludes.
Whey Jennings is the grandson of Waylon Jennings, and his music displays the identical type of staunch defiance that characterised his grandfather’s profession. Jennings launched his If It Wasn’t for the Sinnin’ EP on Sept. 6 by way of his new label cope with the Lacs’ Filth Rock Empire imprint. The album is available through a wide array of digital music providers.