Jason Aldean's 'We Back' Video Gives Fans 360-Degree View Of His Live Show
By Blake Taylor
October 10, 2019
The video, directed by longtime collaborator Shaun Silva, was filmed using 360 degree cameras which captured wide shots of packed amphitheaters as well as up-close looks at fans in the rowdy crowd.
"We've put out music videos in the past from our tours, but Silva put a really cool spin on this one," Aldean said. "Fans are going to feel like they are on stage with us, which is something that I've never really seen pulled off like this before."
"We Back" is the first single released from Aldean's upcoming album, 9, which is expected to drop on November 22. The new 16-track project follows up last year's Rearview Town album. Aside from the lead single, Aldean has also already shared four other new songs including "Blame It On You," "I Don't Drink Anymore," "Keep It Small Town" and "Dirt We Were Raised On."
Aldean's "Ride All Night Tour" officially wraps up tomorrow (October 11) in Texas, before he makes his return to Las Vegas in early December for "Jason Aldean: Ride All Night Vegas" at Park Theater at the Park MGM.
Additionally, the country singer recently announced he plans to hit the road in 2020 for his "We Back Tour" kicking off on January 30 in Columbia, South Carolina, running through March 14 in St. Paul, Minnesota. Joining him on the 20-city trek will be special guests, Morgan Wallen, Riley Green and Dee Jay Silver. For more details on the tour and to purchase tickets go to JasonAldean.com.
Check out Aldean's brand-new music video for "We Back" below.
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