Watch Cam Team With Diplo for Serene Sounding Acoustic Video, “So Long”

Watch Cam Team With Diplo for Serene Sounding Acoustic Video, “So Long”

Cam teamed with DJ/producer/writer Diplo for a new song, “So Long,” which Diplo released in April as part of a planned series of collaborations with country artists.

The two artists dropped a new acoustic video for the track they co-penned with Benjamin Mathis, Diana Gordon, Henry Agincourt Allen, Michael Wilson Hardy, Sasha Sloan and Tyler Johnson. The intimate video was directed by Patrick Tracy and filmed at The Cave Studio in Nashville.

“When I heard Diplo was doing a country project, I honestly didn’t know what to expect, but at first listen I fell in love with the song, ‘So Long’—it was just a verse/chorus but I was hooked and helped finish the songwriting,” says Cam. “I got to play ‘So Long’ live during my set at Stagecoach and I wanted to capture that live instrument magic for everyone.”

Watch Cam’s new video below.

photo by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com

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