Weston Burt Debuts ‘Revolutionary’ New Video For ‘Lucky Sometimes’
Newcomer Weston Burt is making sure his first single, 'Lucky Sometimes,' gets plenty of attention. The country singer enlisted the help of the Lost Trailers frontman Stokes Nielson to direct the video for the new tune, which employs what is being called a "revolutionary film technique" by using the Stop Motion editing platform.
"Wow, one of the most innovative, eye catching videos we've ever debuted!" CMT Senior Vice President of Music Strategies Leslie Fram says in a press release. "It captures the fast paced energy of this contagious summer hit!"
The HitShop Records artist, who will premiere the video Wednesday(June 12), has the full support of his record label for the innovative video. "It's always fun to push the creative limits and retain the visual entertainment level," HitShop Records President Skip Bishop notes. "Weston's single and high energy performance was a perfect fit for this experimental cinematic clip."
The 27-year-old singer-songwriter says he believes the video, which includes Nick Harley as the executive producer, gives his career a big boost. "I'm a hardworking guy from Alabama who loves country music," he says. "And I'm ready for my shot."
The premiere for 'Lucky Sometimes' will air on CMT Pure, CMT.com and CMT Mobile.