Like all great country songs, Jeremy Turner creates a brilliant song from universal subjects: heartbreak and infidelity.
South Queensland-based singer, Jeremy Turner, has finally dropped his debut commercial single, She Keeps Comin’ Around. It’s a big week for the singer, and today, Countrytown is premiering the music video.
With his country twang and rock and roll grit, Turner candidly tells the heartbreaking tale of She Keeps Comin’ Around.
Anchored by a full band – including some slide guitar playing and fiddle – Turner plays the acoustic guitar and laments a dysfunctional relationship that’s “over”. By the time the electric guitar solo rolls around, Turner and, by extension, the audience, find catharsis in his latest single.
The music video finds Turner and his band playing in a band room as a woman experiences conflict with her partner, resulting in her spotting an affair occurring at the end of the video. The music video stars former Married At First Sight star Ryan Gallagher alongside Amy Coomer and Dorothy Daisy.
Like all great country songs, Turner creates a brilliant song from universal subjects: heartbreak and infidelity.
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Teased as “the first in a series” of new music from the Australian artist in a press release, Turner teamed up with co-writers Jason Matthews, Johnny Bulford, and Aussie ex-pat Phil Barton. Barton and Brad Winters produced the stunning track with additional mastering from Andrew Darby.
Turner said about the music video, "It's an absolute dream come true to have this film clip out to the world!
“I think whilst listening via radio and streaming, you paint your own picture however, seeing the clip, you see it from my side of the fence... I feel so incredibly lucky to have worked with this amazing team and believe they have taken She Keeps Comin’ Around to a higher level with the perfect clip!”
You can check out the video below. She Keeps Comin’ Around is currently #39 on the Countrytown Hot 50 Chart.
Jeremy Turner has spent years working up to this moment, honing his skills and storytelling abilities inspired by the likes of Keith Urban, Leanne Womack and Cody Johnson.