On the heels of the release of his new album Beginning of Things last week, Charlie Worsham has shared a celebratory new clip for his latest single “Cut Your Groove.”
The Sam Siske-directed video features Worsham spinning like a record on a turntable. He’s in scenes with a handful of characters, including a bored bowling alley clerk, an exasperated grocery store employee, and a pint-sized chalk artist drawing outside of an old motel, all of whom find their own inspiration by the clip’s end.
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Worsham wrote the hopeful track with Oscar Charles. The song’s message, which encourages listeners to make their mark on the world, echoes Worsham’s recent outspoken opposition to a bill that would have slashed arts funding in his home state of Mississipi.
Beginning of Things is available now and Worsham is currently on tour with Brandy Clark through mid-June. He’ll hop on Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s Soul2Soul Tour for a few dates beginning June 22nd.