Clare Dunn debuted her “Tuxedo” music video with VEVO today. The video, directed by Kristin Barlowe, was shot on an actual working Tennessee farm.

Clare explains, “’Tuxedo’ is a song about my dream guy and the example my dad set for me as to what to look for in strength of character in a man. So that’s where ‘Tuxedo’ came from, and I wanted to represent that real story in the video.”

The Colorado native came up with the concept for the video. “I’m so proud that I got a chance to show the fans out there more of who I am just as a person, as a farm girl,” she says. “I grew up riding horses and working out in a horse barn and working cattle and fixing fence, and I grew up watching the men and women out there in my part of the world working side-by-side. And so, I was just very excited to get to bring more of who I am as a farm girl to this video and get to show people that side of me.”

Currently playing at radio, “Tuxedo” is off Clare’s self-titled EP and was written by Clare, Ben West and Brett James.

Declared “One To Watch” by Billboard, The Boston Globe, Huffington Post, Rolling Stone, USA Today and more, Clare has made a strong impression on critics and audiences alike with her stellar guitar work, her honest lyrics and her no-holds-barred stage show.

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