Of the video, Cam says, "I got to play 'So Long' live during my set at Stagecoach and I wanted to capture that live instrument magic for everyone."
The intimate video was directed by Patrick Tracy (Dan + Shay, RaeLynn) and shot at acclaimed producer, Tyler Johnson's (Harry Styles, Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran), The Cave Studio in Nashville, TN, and features Cam on the guitar with band members, Simon Martensson and Walle Wahlgren.
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The original "So Long" track was originally released on April 24th and it was the lead single from Diplo's new country project, Thomas Wesley.
Diplo and Cam shot the official music video backstage at Stagecoach this year. They are the only artists to have been approved to film on the grounds other than the queen herself, Beyoncé, for her Netflix documentary, Homecoming. The lively video features guest appearances from Billy Ray Cyrus, Lil Nas X, Guy Fieri, Dwight Yoakam and Sam Hunt, who was also a co-writer on the track.