Jamie O’Neal has just released her new video, for her single, “Wreck Me”. The song is from Jamie’s new album, Sometimes, which will be available on Oct. 16 on BFD/Audium Nashville. The steamy track that Jamie says “Really comes from that primal place of being in the moment one on one with someone you’re so attracted to you’re willing to throw all caution to the wind,” is the second release from the album.
The album, features Jamie with some of Country Music’s most notably female voices joining her on re-imagined versions of O’Neal’s hits like, “There Is No Arizona 2.0” with Lauren Alaina, “When I Think About Angels” with Martina Mcbride and “Trying to Find Atlantis” with Sara Evans. Along with several new original tracks.
The video which premiered on CMT.com yesterday, was directed by, John Lee and edited by her husband, Rodney Good. Jamie told CMT.com that, “Because my husband was the editor, I was able to watch the director John Lee and Rod bring the whole story to life and splice in my “hero” shots to tell the story. It was really fun as I’ve never been a part of the editing before!”
The video’s lead roles played by, Hannah Bethal (who’s a co-writer on the song along with Rachael Lynae) and her boyfriend Chris bring what Jamie told CMT.com was a, “fiery chemistry…real, true life sparks because Hannah and her boyfriend Chris played the roles perfectly!”
About Jamie O’Neal: While she has penned most of her own songs, Jamie has also written hits for such notable artists as Reba McEntire, Martina McBride, Leann Rimes, Cece Winans, Idina Menzel, and others. Her voice can be heard internationally in major motion pictures including All by Myself for Bridget Jones’s Diary.
She was also picked to perform with Carrie Underwood when she needed the perfect duet partner for CMT’s 100 greatest duets with Does He Love You.
“I’m so happy to finally get some new original music out there for the fans” says O’Neal about her upcoming album, Sometimes which includes new versions of some of her hits as well as 6 brand new songs slated for release this fall.
The World Goes On is the first song off the album and O’Neal says it reminds all of us going through a hard time that “even though life seems hopeless at times the sun keeps coming up. Life is filled with ups and downs but tomorrow brings us new chances, renewed faith, and strength that we can get through to better days.”
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