The official video, which stars brothers Brad and Curtis Rempel as well as their wives and children is out now. Interspersed scenes see other families in varied situations from the stressful to the mess-full, but ultimately reflective of a mother’s love.
“This is the first time we’ve been able to feature our families in a music video! We think our kids our natural-born actors,” Brad joked. “This video will always be special to us because of the great memories we have with our wives, our children and even our mom and dad, who we flew down to join us. We’re very proud of it – but I think our mom is prouder than anyone else!”
The family-fueled video was directed by Emma Higgins and shot at Brad’s home outside of Nashville. High Valley’s earlier 2019 release “Single Man” offered a different but equally fitting tribute to their wives. Brad penned the upbeat tune alongside Derrick Southerland and Jordan Schmidt, and the duo recently gave it a special bluegrass makeover alongside executive producer Ricky Skaggs.
Did you know Brad Rempel also co-wrote Saskatchewan’s Hunter Brothers brand-new single “Silver Lining.” (co-written with Seth Mosley, Ben Stennis) The group — composed of brothers Luke, J.J., Ty, Brock and Dusty Hunter — debuted the uptempo track, which also celebrates loved ones. The video is another family affair featuring their home town, wives, children and parents! “Probably one of the most personal pieces of work we have ever put out into the world… “Silver Lining” music video out now! We hope you love it as much as we do!” – Hunter Brothers