Since Eric Paslay’s new single “Angels in This Town” presents the idea that small miracles are all around us, what better place to sing it than a gorgeous, reclaimed church that is now one of Nashville’s premiere recording studios?
Filmed at Ocean Way Studios in Music City, Rolling Stone Country has the exclusive premiere of Paslay’s uplifting new acoustic video for the track, packed with vibrant colors, ringing strings, spirit-filling vocals and a soulful touch of reverb created by a building that’s more than 100 years old – no drums or electric guitars necessary.
“Angels in This Town” is the second single from Paslay’s upcoming Dressed in Black sophomore album, and the follow-up to his lighthearted party-banger “High Class.” The new song, however, takes a much more serious approach, all about being looked out for by a higher power – whether through making the game-winning catch on the football field or narrowly avoiding a deadly car accident after falling asleep behind the wheel.
The divinely-inspired track was co-written by Paslay with Erik Dylan and Corey Crowder (who also co-wrote “High Class”), and is available now, while the upcoming Dressed in Black album is expected to be released sometime before the end of the year.
In the meantime, Paslay is opening shows on Toby Keith’s Interstates & Tailgates Tour through October 16th in Austin, Texas.