Lewis Brice’s ‘Still With You’ Inspired By Young Love That Lasts [Exclusive Video]
On July 14, Lewis Brice will release his debut, self-titled EP. The project contains six songs, including one called “Still With You,” which Brice says was inspired by a young, but lasting, love.
“It’s just a song about young love lasting through times when people tell you that it won’t,” Brice explains of “Still With You,” which he co-wrote with Aaron Parker. “I think there are some couples that — I respect it so much that, if you can make a relationship last into marriage, and then that marriage last ’til death do you part, it’s a beautiful thing, because it doesn’t really happen a lot these days.”
Readers can press play on the video above to watch Brice discuss the inspiration behind “Still With You.” The song is Track No. 5 on his Lewis Brice EP.
A Sumter, S.C., native, Brice grew up singing in church, then moved to Charleston, S.C., to start his career; he now lives just north of Nashville. He’s shared the stage with Randy Houser, the Cadillac Three and more, but fans might also recognize him from his time on CMT’s Can You Duet singing competition (he placed eighth during the show’s first season) or from his brother Lee Brice‘s “I Drive Your Truck” music video, in which he stars.
Lewis Brice co-produced his Lewis Brice EP in conjunction with his brother Lee, Dan Frizell, Ben Simonetti and Brian Bunn. More information about the project, Brice himself and Brice’s upcoming tour dates is available at LewisBrice.com.
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