Keith Urban recently shared a music video for his latest single, “Wild Hearts,” which sees him recreating his journey to the top of the country music industry.
The clip shows just a man standing on a city rooftop with his guitar, singing the opening line in front of a massive sign that reads “Wild Hearts.”
The visual opens with Urban putting a cassette tape with the song’s title written on it into an old boombox. People start looking up to where Urban is playing as the song begins to infiltrate the city. Later on, the building rises into the clouds with the wild hearts of the city climbing up to join the singer.
Urban said in a press release that the boombox “represents the beginning, when I had no band, and I just played to a couple of people.”
“I wanted to create the feeling of the journey I’ve been on from day one – hoping that one day I’d be playing live in front of as many people as can be jammed into a concert hall,” he added.
The song is for “all the dreamers,” “born to be rockstars,” and “lost ones who aren’t really lost ones.”
“The building I’m playing on starts rising higher, as the audience grows,” Urban said. “All of this leading to a starry sky becoming a sea of camera phones in the air — a phenomenal sight to see from any stage.”
(Photo: UMG Nashville)
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