Keith Urban Dedicates ‘Come Back to Me’ Video to Fans
Keith Urban has unveiled his passionate video for "Come Back to Me," a song from his 2013 album Fuse.
Pairing the song's vulnerable lyrics with an even more heartbreaking performance, Urban shot the video in December and said his decision to create it – even though the song is not a single – was due to the overwhelming requests of his fans.
"I wanna say a massive thank you to all of you that made Fuse the most extraordinary ride,” he explains. "As we toured around the last couple years, you guys always asked if we'd ever shoot a video for 'Come Back to Me,' and well, we did, and here it is ... and it’s all yours!!!"
After premiering the clip exclusively for his fan club, the 'Ville, the video is now live everywhere. Directed by Chris Hicky, Urban paces around a empty warehouse while images of happier times flash on screens behind him, reflecting how empty and lost his heart feels without the lover who left to "find herself."
At a few points, Urban gets so into his performance that he almost looks ready to cry. He tugs at his T-shirt and plays a sad, distracted solo on a see-through guitar, and ends up curled up inside his sadness with his "Nicole" arm tattoo in full view.
How's that for wearing you heart on your sleeve?
"Come Back to Me" was co-written by Shane McAnally, Brandy Clark and Trevor Rosen, and appears as an album cut on Fuse. The project has so far earned Urban four Billboard No. 1s: "Little Bit of Everything," "We Were Us" (with Miranda Lambert), "Somewhere in My Car" and "Raise 'Em Up" (with Eric Church).
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