Matt Stell Drops Music Video for ‘That Ain’t Me No More’

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Country singer-songwriter, Matt Stell, has recently dropped his brand-new music video for his single “That Ain’t Me No More.” The video is now avaiable to view via YouTube below;

The music video showcases, not only his incredible music skills, but also his acting abilities. Directed by Dustin Haney, the track was brought to life and told the story of the singer working on a job site and experiencing heart-break. You see the character Matt place deal with his damaged past by moving forward with a new, hard-working job. He also has to come to terms with the fact that his ex-girlfriend has found a new lover. The video was filmed in the Nashville area that created a moody feel that perfectly sets the tone of the song.

When talking about the music video, Matt Stell explains;

“I can’t wait for people to see the video. It tells the story of the song in a really interesting way. It got me back on a job site working like I used to do before I moved to Nashville. In the video I also get my heart broken by a beautiful girl, which I know a thing or two about. I got to do some acting in this video—technically it’s only one line (actually five words) but I didn’t mess it up so that’s a win. I’m proud of this song and I’m proud of this video! Check it out!”

“That Ain’t Me No More” is gaining rapid success in the US country radio charts. It follows his two previous singles “Prayed For You” and “Everywhere But On” – both of which reached Number 1. Matt currently has 390 million across all major streaming platforms. His music is allowing him to gain a following and grab the attention of major media platforms. In 2020, he kicked off the year by performing on Good Morning America in the lead-up into his first headline tour!

The singer is showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. To keep up to date on future releases, be sure to follow Matt Stell on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!

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