EMI Records Nashville artist and ACM “Song of the Year” nominee, Eric Paslay will debut his “High Class” music video with an exclusive VEVO World Premiere this Friday, March 11. The “High Class” video was directed by Wes Edwards, who also shot two of Eric’s previous videos, “Song About A Girl” and the ACM Song of The Year nominated “She Don’t Love You.”

Filmed in a few of Nashville’s downtown hot spots, Eric shows off his dance moves and brings along a few high class friends who star with cameo appearances. The video was shot to mimic the Copacabana club scene sequence from the 1990 “Goodfellas” movie where multiple single takes were stitched together to create one seamless scene. Link to watch Eric’s high class moves in a teaser clip HERE.

This is gonna be fun! Coming soon… #HighClass

Posted by Eric Paslay on Monday, March 7, 2016

Posted by Eric Paslay on Monday, March 7, 2016

Fans can see Eric perform “High Class” and other hits during his Grand Ole Opry appearance set for Tuesday, March 15.

“High Class” is the lead single from Eric’s highly anticipated sophomore project due out later this year. The song was written by Eric, Jesse Frasure and Corey Crowder and was touted by Parade Magazine as “country’s ‘Uptown Funk.’”

For the latest information on Eric go to: www.ericpaslay.com.