Start Of Something Good

Album: Break The Spell (2011)

Songfacts®:

  • This acoustic-based tune was released as the fourth single by American Rock band Daughtry, from their third studio album Break The Spell. Frontman Chris Daughtry penned the romantically vulnerable song with the Country hit-maker Brett James, whose resume also includes Carrie Underwood's "Jesus, Take The Wheel" and Kenny Chesney's "Out Last Night." The song was released on September 4, 2012.
  • The song's music promo was directed by Nigel Dick, and filmed on August 31, 2012 in McLeansville, North Carolina in a field at Harlod's Farm. Chris Daughtry plays the guitar in the clip, but his band isn't featured. "The concept behind the video is basically I'm observing this young couple who's obviously in love and I'm playing their theme song," Chris Daughtry told Extra. "It didn't feel like a band video," he added, "and I didn't want to put them on blankets, you know out in the field on a picnic or something… that would have just been weird."

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