UK country duo The Shires have released the music video for their reflective new single Daddy's Little Girl, which you can watch first OfficialCharts.com.
The fourth single taken from The Shires' second studio album My Universe, Daddy's Little Girl sees Crissie Rhodes take lead vocal in a song dedicated to the memory of her late father. Crissie watches childhood film footage while fondly looking through her Dad's belongings and photographs of the two of them together.
Speaking of the song, which she wrote alongside Josh Groban collaborator Jeff Cohen and Jessica Simpson songwriting partner Victoria Banks, Crissie told Official Charts: "This is a very personal song. My dad passed away from cancer when I was 8 years old, but I still think of myself as Daddy’s Little Girl.
"The music video features real footage and photos of us together, and also the glasses and flat cap he wore every day. It was wonderful to go through all this in the process, as it brought back so many great memories. I have also received many messages from fathers, saying how much this song means to them, as it reminds them of their daughters.”
Daddy's Little Girl is the fourth single taken from My Universe, which peaked at Number 3 on the Official Albums Chart and is the fastest-selling UK country album of all time. The song follows the BBC Radio 2 A-listed singles Beats to your Rhythm, My Universe, and A Thousand Hallelujahs.
The Shires' new single Daddy's Little Girl and their albums Brave and My Universe are out now.