Tomorrow Tonight

Album: Single release only (2015)
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  • This feel-good song finds Craig Campbell promising a girl, "I'm going to change your tomorrow tonight."

    "It encompasses all of what I love about country music right now," Campbell said of the cut. "It has a balance of what you think of as more traditional, and also more modern sounds. I really believe in finding a way to meet in the middle - it lets me be proud of the music I make and am writing."
  • Campbell released two albums and two EPs with Bigger Picture Music Group before it folded in 2014. This is his first release since signing with the Red Bow label, which is also home to artists like Joe Nichols and Chase Bryant. "I've had my eyes on them and am just in awe of how they have been breaking artists and are having so much success in being a powerhouse record label," Campbell said. "Some people would call them an independent, but they have been kicking everybody's butt. I wanted what they have, and after Bigger Picture closed, I made a call, and the Good Lord shined love down on me and got me a meeting with them, and the rest is history."
  • Co-writers Justin Wilson and Vicky McGhee had already started penning the song before letting Campbell into the writing process. The singer recalled to Billboard magazine: "He called me and said, 'Hey, we've got this song that we've started and feel like you'd be interested. We're going to stop where we are and get you to come in and help us finish it.' I came in and fell in love with it. I said, 'This is something I feel that I have yet to say musically on either one of my albums.' It was definitely a message I wanted to sing about. I'm glad they have waited on me."
  • The song's visual shows a different side of Campbell. "The video was very much what the song is about," he said. "It's a very sexy video. It's about a guy and a girl who had an amazing night, and the following day, they can't think about anything else."

    "The video also has some stuff I've never done before," Campbell added. "I got to take my shirt off and did quite a bit of acting in the video. I've never done that either. It was a challenge for me, but it turned out pretty good."


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