By Maxim Mower
The ‘I Remember Everything’ hitmaker outlined via social media that he's written the scripts for the videos himself, and that they'll be produced in a similar way to the cinematic visuals for ‘Oklahoma Smokeshow’, which were released in May.
The chart-topping songsmith revealed on X, “[I] wrote some videos for Boys of Faith and Nine Ball the way we did Oklahoma Smokeshow, real excited for yall to see em”.
Zach Bryan went on to joke that he'd be cutting back on his famously prolific musical output, and instead focussing on music videos for the foreseeable future, writing “now that I’ve annoyed everyone with a billion tunes [I'm] gonna start making videos to them”.
Upon the EP's release on September 22nd, ‘Boys Of Faith’ and ‘Nine Ball’ were immediately championed by fans as two of the undoubted highlights of the widely acclaimed project, alongside another much-loved track, the Noah Kahan-assisted ‘Sarah's Place’.
Given the fact that ‘Boys Of Faith’ features a haunting set of vocals from shapeshifting folk titan, Bon Iver's Justin Vernon, it'll be interesting to see whether Justin makes an appearance in Zach's upcoming music video for the introspective anthem.
In addition, although it seems we won't be getting any new music from the ‘Deep Satin’ singer-songwriter before the end of 2023, Zach Bryan confirmed earlier in the month that a live sessions project is in the works, comprising his ‘Belting Broncos’ recordings with artists such as Charles Wesley Godwin, J.R. Carroll, Kat Hasty and more.
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