Country music superstar Brad Paisley has announced the next single from his chart-topping LOVE AND WAR album will be “Heaven South.” Written by Paisley, Brent Anderson and Chris DuBois, it is one of the 16 tracks on LOVE AND WAR, all of which Paisley co-wrote.
The video for “Heaven South” was filmed in Franklin, TN earlier this year and captures the community spirit of a small town. From traveling the country roads in the back of a pick-up truck to an impromptu concert set up on town square – the residents of Franklin packed the streets.
Paisley’s LOVE AND WAR album was released earlier this year and was his 9th consecutive studio album to debut #1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart. It is the first ever country music visual album. For a limited time it was available exclusively on Apple Music but now is available in its entirety on VEVO. It can be viewed HERE. All 16 songs from the album flow seamlessly as a movie to tell the complete story. Locations of the video shoots ranged from a concert in a Sleep Number store in a mall, a party at Brad’s parent’s house to the USS Midway in San Diego, CA. Brad Paisley, Dave Brown, Derek Cressman, Frank Agnone, Jeff Venable, Jim Shea and Todd Cassetty were the directors involved. Producers included Ben Skipworth, Frank Agnone, Jim Shea, Kendal Marcy, Mark Kalbfeld and Todd Cassetty, and executive producer was Kendal Marcy.