Maren Morris is living her best life with a #1 song and top selling album GIRL. For her new single The Bones, Morris took us along her much deserved vacation with husband Ryan Hurd. The video features actual footage of their travels to Hana. In a tweet, Morris remarks that the trek to Hana is much like a relationship. You weather the storms and make it through if the bones are good.
The Road to Hana is beautiful but a hell of a trek… kind of like the most meaningful & lasting human relationships we get to have. This is our journey on film for “The Bones” directed by our friend and Maui aficionado @AlexMFerrari 🌴🌊https://t.co/jSvHhYIFdS pic.twitter.com/imfpc3dNCV— MAREN MORRIS (@MarenMorris) August 15, 2019
Fans for Morris were happy to get a behind the scenes look at “Murd” (the name for Morris and Hurd) and loved the simple video for such a beautiful love song. Go along the Road to Hana with Maren Morris by watching the video here:
Superstar Maren Morris’ new video for “The Bones” premieres today. Directed by Alex Ferrari, the video features footage of Maren vacationing with her husband, singer-songwriter Ryan Hurd. Watch/share HERE.“The Bones” is taken from Morris’ sophomore album GIRL, which shattered the record for the largest-ever debut streaming week for a country album by a woman with 23.96 million streams in its first week. The album debuted at #4 on the Billboard 200 and #1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and continues to receive rave reviews.The record’s title track, “GIRL,” just hit #1 on country radio, making it the first solo song by a woman to top the Billboard Country Airplay Chart since February 2018 and Morris’ third overall time at #1. Upon its release earlier this year, “GIRL” had the highest debut on Billboard’s Country Streaming Songs chart by a female artist and the highest weekly streams by a female country artist ever.Morris kicks off the next leg of her GIRL: The World Tour later this month with performances at Radio City Music Hall in New York City and the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. She will also support Miranda Lambert on her Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars tour this fall. Visit marenmorris.com for full tour details.
This year Morris received five Grammy nominations and was awarded with a Billboard Music Award for Dance/Electronic Song alongside Zedd and Grey.Morris won a Grammy Award for Best Country Solo Performance at the 2017 Grammy Awards, was named New Artist of the Year at the 50th Annual CMA Awards, Top Country Female Artist at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards and New Female Vocalist of the Year at the 52nd Academy of Country Music Awards. She was also the most played female artist on country radio in 2017 and 2018.The 28 year-old singer-songwriter from Arlington, Texas got her start playing in bars around her hometown and quickly made a name for herself with her Gold certified debut album Hero and its Platinum-selling “My Church,” Gold-selling “80s Mercedes” and “I Could Use A Love Song.” Hero and its singles topped charts nationwide, set Country radio records, and were some of the most critically acclaimed works of 2016.
Recent critical praise for GIRL: “A Texas songwriter with a sharp eye, a velvet voice and a mean streak…‘GIRL’ sets the bar high right away. It’s the most ambitious and eccentric song she’s done yet, an emotional powerhouse driven by jagged rock guitar.”—Rolling Stone “Country’s most innovative young star”—NPR “Seriously soaring vocals” —Esquire “The country singer has something to say about how her genre handles women, skin and outspokenness.”—Playboy “Country star Maren Morris is the strongest she’s ever been…Now she’s testing the limits of just how far she can go.”—Women’s Health “Morris represents a new generation of women in country who are working to transcend the boundaries of their Nashville roots” —TIME “GIRL is a 14-song collection showcasing Morris at her prime, swerving lanes between genres while maintaining her deep and respectful country roots.”—GQ “However good Morris and her band sound on recorded tracks, they sound a hundred times better when you’re there in the room with them.”—UPROXX