“I can’t wait to see all your funniest home videos!"
Wanna see your past epic fail footage in a new video clip?! Five-time Golden Guitar nominee, Jayne Denham is asking for just that for her next single, Stunt Double.
Denham shared, “Stunt Double is out this Friday [June 23]. We are so excited and cannot wait for you all to hear it. But we are wondering if you have any footage on your phone where you wished you’d had a stunt double, and you would like to be in the video clip.”
Fans will need to upload their video to social media and include the hashtag #jaynestuntdouble to apply.
“We will find you. We will track you down and pop you in the video,” she added. “I can’t wait to see all your funniest home videos... we’d love you to be a part of it, so good luck.”
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Stunt Double is an upbeat, fun, and cheeky song that makes listeners envision a movie in their minds from the minute they hear the lyrics. Written by Trevor Rosen, Hillary Lindsey and Shane McAnally, the single continues to expand Jayne’s musical journey of her country western sound with elements of rock and pop.
Stunt Double follows her current single Face Of The Sun and her Moonshine duet with American singer, rapper, and songwriter, Colt Ford. All three singles will feature on her upcoming Moonshine album. Additionally, she recently teased an upcoming collaboration with Newcastle band, Hurricane Fall.
Denham is one of Australia’s most admired and sought-after country rock performers. Her fifth studio album WANTED reached #1 on the ARIA Australian Country Album Chart. The album landed Denham two Golden Guitar Award nominations for ‘Female Artist of the Year’ and ‘Contemporary Album of the Year’ in 2021.
WANTED follows her previous albums Sudden Change in Weather (2008), Shake This Town (2010), Renegade (2013) and Calamity (2018). She has scored four #1 hit in Australia, six top 10 songs in the National Country Charts, twelve top 30 videos and six CMC nominations.
The country-rock singer-songwriter has been surrounded by music her entire life, having grown up in a family of singers and entertainers in the Blue Mountains, NSW. Notably, her mother, grandfather and aunties were all in musicals, and Denham started performing in family shows from around five-years-old. She credits her love of country music to her father, who would play it day in and day out.
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