LeAnn Rimes is sharing the music video for “Spaceship,” from her new album God’s Work, released earlier this month. Rimes said in an Instagram post announcing the video: “tears. rage. loneliness…. when it came time to create a video for ‘spaceship’, i knew it needed to reflect those same feelings and be as intimate as the lyrics. so, i recruited the best in the business to direct this video for me, my husband, eddie. he has an incredible eye and knows me so well, which really allowed me to expose my most primal, emotional self. “
The video was spontaneously shot by LeAnn’s husband, Eddie Cibrian, while on an RV trip throughout California. Using his iPhone to film, Cibrian shot the video in 4 takes under 30 minutes. Cibrian said in a statement: “We were on our way back from Mammoth when I said we should stop in Alabama Hills to scout a possible location. Once we got there and found a spot, the sun was setting and there was something magical at that exact moment. We knew we needed to capture something then. It was intimate, emotional, and powerful. We only did four takes, which were a mix of sunset and sunrise to capture both sets of light. It all came together beautifully.”
“Spaceship” is the opening track of Rimes’ 19th album, God’s Work. The 12-track album features artists including Ziggy Marley, Mickey Guyton, Aloe Blacc, Ben Harper, Ledisi, Sheila E., Robert Randolph, Táta Vega, and more. Rimes also recently announced Joy: The Holiday Tour which will kick-off December 2nd through December 18th.
Take look at the video for Spaceship – here.
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