Andrew Hyatt’s new music video for his song “Four Good Years” is a stripped-back, emotional version of the single.
The video gives fans a behind-the-scenes look at the recording process and showcases the raw emotion and heartache that are at the core of the song. Hyatt shares that he has always felt that the test of a good song is stripping it down and seeing if it still makes you feel.
This version of “Four Good Years” certainly does that.
Hyatt hopes that someone somewhere needs it and loves it as much as he does.
Watch The Music Video For “Four Good Years”
About Andrew Hyatt
Andrew Hyatt is a rising star in the country music scene, with an old-soul perspective and respect for tradition mixed with a youthful rebellion.
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He was recognized as an “Artist to Watch” by Entertainment Tonight Canada, and his EP Four Good Years, produced by Scott Cooke, delivered quintessential songwriting drawn from relatable, real-life experience.
His early 2022 single “High Tide” dove into the subject of mental health and honestly approached Hyatt’s own struggles.
In just a few short years, Hyatt has been named the inaugural winner of the SiriusXM “Top of the Country” competition, amassed tens of millions of streams and video views, and earned high-profile slots on prominent festival stages and tours.
It’s no wonder he took home the “Rising Star” Award at the 2022 CCMA Awards.
If you’re a fan of country music and emotional, stripped-back performances, be sure to check out Andrew Hyatt’s new music video for “Four Good Years.”
You won’t be disappointed.
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