Zach Bryan and Matthew Mcconaughey on the set of a music video at The Sagebrush in Austin, Texas.
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Matthew McConaughey and Tye Sheridan to Star in Zach Bryan's New, Unannounced Music Video - Report

January 12, 2024 10:31 am GMT
Last Edited February 17, 2024 4:39 pm GMT

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Hollywood film stars Matthew McConaughey and Tye Sheridan are both set to star in a new, to-be-confirmed video by country's biggest act today, Zach Bryan.

It's been revealed Bryan's secret pop-up show at The Sagebrush in Austin, Texas on Wednesday night was filmed for an upcoming music video featuring the 'Interstellar' and 'Ready Player One' actors.

Taking to Instagram, Bryan confirmed McConaughey's involvement in the project, sharing photos taken from the set while stating; "thank you being so kind and open-hearted these passed few days @officiallymcconaughey; for all the advice and believing in something I cared enough to write about,".

"you'll always have a friend in me" Bryan says, "and for once it was an honor to meet a hero".

Anticipation has been building for the release of the yet-to-be confirmed project since Bryan shared the cinematic video for the title of track of last year's EP 'Boys of Faith' back in December, deliberating what the video is actually for.

While fans assume it's a music video for 'Nine Ball', the opening track from last year's EP, you can never count Bryan out for releasing new music.

Fuelling such considerations, Bryan prefaced his Instagram caption with the words "The Great American Bar Scene". Bryan has frequently used this turn of phrase across his social media, particularly in his Instagram stories while posting pictures of pool tables from within a bar or two, fuelling excitement further that Bryan has even more new music to offer.

At the end of his post, Bryan made thanks to The Sagebrush in Austin, writing; "your staff, pool tables, bartenders and live sound is electric!".

Speaking with Holler about the reason for the show, The Sagebrush's promoter and booker, Chasen Wayne, who organised the tiny, 100-cap event with Bryan, confirmed the reports; "The Music Video song I can't say, but I can say it stars Matthew McCaughey and Tye Sheridan and it came together thanks to Side Label productions".

"I don't know how they pulled any of that off for this set", Wayne continues, "but they really did a great job and I'm excited for folks to see it soon".

Not one for taking a break, Zach Bryan is all set for what looks like another incredibly busy and successful year. His 2024 'Quittin Time' Tour kicks of in Chicago at the United Center on March 6, which will see him take in over 60 dates and be on the road until December.

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