Watch: Kenny Chesney Shares A Sentimental, Cinematic Love Story

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Kenny Chesney shared a sentimental love story that he anticipates will be widely relatable. The country megastar premiered the music video to his most recent single, “Take Her Home,” on Friday morning (January 19).

Chesney released “Take Her Home” in November. He said as he shared the video on Friday: “When you can see yourself, your friends or someone you know in a song, that’s when a song will last long after it’s done playing. To me, this song has that potential for all of us… and as much as I like making videos, I also know the power of [No Shoes Nation]’s ability to live in my songs.”

“Take her home, fall in love/ Thank the good Lord up above/ That He sent one down into your arms/ And put a chain around your raise-hell heart/ You try to play it cool walking through the door/ But you're smiling like a fool 'cause you can't wait/ For them down-the-road memories you're bound to make/ And you will one day, take her home”

“Every now and then, you find a song that just feels right. There’s an honesty about life that you can’t just churn out,” Chesney said when “Take Her Home” made its debut. “That’s what [‘Take Her Home’] is to me. When I got the demo, I immediately knew it was the first song I wanted to release from my next project.”

The East Tennessee-born country star revealed long-awaited details about his upcoming full-length album earlier this week. Chesney’s new record, Born, will be available on March 29. The following month, Chesney will kick off his headlining “Sun Goes Down 2024 Tour,” including special guests Zac Brown BandMegan Moroney and Uncle Kracker. The tour kicks off in Tampa, Florida, with stops in North Carolina, Texas, Ohio, Washington, Colorado and other destinations. It ends with three back-to-back nights in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

See the list of tour stops below, and watch Chesney’s “Take Her Home” music video here:

April 20 — Tampa, FL

April 27 — Charlotte, NC

May 4 — Minneapolis, MN

May 11 — Arlington, TX

May 18 — Atlanta, GA

May 25 — Landover, MD

June 1 — Pittsburgh, PA

June 8 — Philadelphia, PA

June 15 — Chicago, IL

June 22 — Milwaukee, WI

June 29 — Cincinnati, OH

July 6 — Kansas City, MO

July 13 — Seattle, WA

July 16 — Salt Lake City, UT

July 20 — Los Angeles, CA

July 27 — Denver, CO

August 3 — Nashville, TN

August 8 — Columbus, OH

August 10 — Detroit, MI

August 17 — East Rutherford, NJ

August 23 — Foxborough, MA

August 24 — Foxborough, MA

August 25 — Foxborough, MA