Enjoy the Rush in Kenny Chesney’s New Video for “Here and Now” [Watch]

Enjoy the Rush in Kenny Chesney’s New Video for “Here and Now” [Watch]

Kenny Chesney dropped a new video for his current single, “Here and Now,” on March 25.

“In these times, remember how blessed we are to be alive,” said Kenny via Twitter, as he announced the new video. “Wherever you are, look around, get engaged! Love the people you’re with, find something to smile about. Be mindful, but be happy & take care of yourself & others.”

The new clip features Kenny singing the tune onstage as a screen behind him displays videos of adrenaline-inducing activities, including surfing, skydiving, skiing and more.

Penned by Craig Wiseman, David Garcia and David Lee Murphy at a writing retreat Kenny set up in Malibu, the new tune beckons listeners to live in the present with a chorus that proclaims: “You and me, ain’t it good to be alive / Ain’t no better place, ain’t no better time / Than here and now.”

“Here and Now” is the title track to Kenny’s upcoming 19th studio album, which will drop on May 1.

Kenny revealed the track list on March 26.

  1. “We Do”
  2. “Here And Now”
  3. “Everyone She Knows”
  4. “Wasted”
  5. “Knowing You”
  6. “Heartbreakers”
  7. “Someone To Fix”
  8. “Happy Does”
  9. “Tip of My Tongue”
  10. “You Don’t Get To”
  11. “Beautiful World”
  12. “Guys Named Captain”

Watch Kenny’s new video below.

photo by Curtis Hilbun, AFF-USA.com

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