Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Eric Paslay has released a music video for the title-track of his upcoming album 'Nice Guy'; a romping that has the Texas native sarcastically claiming 'it doesn't pay to be a nice guy anymore'.
Filmed in Nashville by director Timothy Hiele, the music video features cameo appearances from a bunch of Paslay's mates including Brad Paisley, Bobby Bones, Cassadee Pope, Charles Esten, Craig Wiseman, Hunter Hayes , Jamey Johnson and Maddie & Tae.
"Because we had to shoot the video during the pandemic this spring, we had to improve how we could incorporate my friends being involved. I appreciate the time each of them spent filming something on their own and sending to us to include. It took a lot of extra time planning, but it was so much fun to see what everyone came up with creatively," said Paslay.
Paslay started his career as a songwriter, co-writing Jake Owen's classic Bare Foot Blue Jean Night and hit Friday Night which rose to #2 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart.
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Released on Friday, August 14, 'Nice Guy' features singles Boat In A Bottle, On This Side Of Heaven and a country-afied cover of Mike pop smash I Took A Pill In Ibiza.