Veteran music persona Wynonna Judd has released her first music video in 14 years. Directed by Todd Cassetty, the video is for the track “Keeps Me Alive,” which is a product of Judd and her band The Big Noise.
The song is a larger-than-life Americana track with a heavy guitar and booming drums. Judd’s vocals are as strong as ever, masterfully layering over the powerful instrumental. Its accompanying video is dark and ominous, filmed in a castle-like atmosphere at the historic Oaklands Mansion in Murfreesboro, Tenn. It features Judd with her signature red hair exploring the grounds while the musicians scattered about play their respective instruments.
The video premiered June 3 on AMC after The Son, the atmosphere of which nicely compliments that of the video. You can watch the video above.