Luke Bryan recently shared a very moving new music video with his loved ones.
The country singer can be seen relaxing in an old barn while watching home videos and clips from his docuseries, Luke Bryan: My Dirt Road Diary, in the music video for his most recent single, Up.
In the video, the artist can be seen hunting with his two sons, Thomas and Tatum, and fishing with his father, Tommy, when he was younger.
There is even a video of him hugging his children for the first time. Luke’s late brother Chris is also depicted, along with another family.
“It was so overwhelming when I saw the footage of my boys with both of their grandfathers and then the close-up clip of my brother looking at me,” Luke commented on the preview clip posted on Instagram.
“I couldn’t be happier with the message of this song and the way the music video turned out. View it immediately on @facebookwatch!”
Fans who were quick to leave comments on the post included the following: “I love this song; it’s wonderful,” and “This is very moving.” “I’m so glad you released this song,” a third person added.
Others prayed for the singer after he recently revealed that he had a minor setback that could affect his vocal cords.
Caroline Bryan revealed he was on “vocal rest” by posting a photo of herself covering her husband’s mouth with tape in the kitchen while they were at home.
She also joked that she wasn’t too concerned about Luke losing his voice due to “excessive yelling at the National Championship game.”
“I’m going to babble incessantly and annoy the hell out of him,” she wrote.
Luke appeared on Crash My Playa, which runs from January 19 to January 22, alongside artists such as Dustin Lynch, Jimmie Allen, and Jason Aldean.