Canadian country artists, Petric just released the new video for their single, Something To Do With You. The video is truly warming on a cold winters day. It has soulful catchy vocals and beautiful instrumentals, not to mention a wood burning stove in a rustic cabin. It just gives us all the feels!
Top Country was able to connect with Petric and dig a little deeper. Check out our Q&A below along with their new video.
Describe Something To Do With You in 3 sentences or less . . .
When you have the right person in your life, every little part of life becomes so much better and easier. That is where we are all at in our lives right now, and that’s what Something To Do With You is about.
Give us 1–3 cool facts about making your video for Something To Do With You . . .
It was filmed in Lake of the Woods, Kenora ON. The fiddle player on the song was a local girl named Kaitlyn Kuryk. We connected with her on the internet. Very talented and an absolutely pleasure to work with.
What can fans expect at a Petric concert?
Loud, fast, and lots of fun! I think Petric is generally known for being very energetic on stage. This year we are going to try and slow it down and strip it back a little bit.
Name 3 songs from artists in any genre on your current playlist?
Ed Sheeran – BLOW
Simple Plan – Jet Lag
Harry Styles – Falling
“Something To Do With You”, already racking up over 50K streams, gives fans a taste of what’s to come from Petric in 2020, including a highly anticipated collection of new music, produced by Chris Baseford (Meghan Patrick, Avril Lavigne, Nickelback). The new single follows their early 2019 single “Single Problem”, which earned over one million streams and was the highest charting single by an independent artist in 2019 (peaking at #19), and earned them 5 Manitoba Country Music Association Award nominations, including a win for Single of the Year.
Forming in 2015, the group was discovered by JUNO Award winner Dallas Smith while showcasing at Country Music Week. Since then, Manitoba brothers Jason and Tom Petric and longtime friend Jordan Day have racked up over ten million streams, 315K+ views on YouTube, multiple charting singles on Canadian country radio, and four Manitoba Country Music Awards. The trio have also performed on some of the country’s biggest festival stages such as Boots & Hearts, Cavendish Beach Music Festival, the Calgary Stampede and the Big Valley Jamboree.