There could also be a worldwide pandemic, however A-list couple Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are “Comfortable Wherever.”
At the least that’s the identify of the ability couple’s newest uplifting nation tune dropped Friday, July 24.
The almost Three-minute tune kicks off with a banjo riff adopted by Shelton’s buttery crooning, “I’ve at all times been a rolling stone with a reckless streak. But the grass by no means will get too grown beneath my ft.”
Shelton, 44, continues to say that regardless of the place he’s in life, or on Earth, he’ll at all times be completely happy and at residence together with his companion of 5 years, Stefani, 50, by his aspect.
Stefani — previously of No Doubt — then joins him in refrain with, “I’m working huge open. I used to be born with my ft in movement. However since I met you, I swear, I could possibly be completely happy anyplace.”
They repeat the candy message with the lyrics: “Any map dot location, you’re at all times my vacation spot. You’re the one factor that I’m chained to. I could possibly be completely happy anyplace, I could possibly be completely happy anyplace with you.”
The 44-year-old nation vocalist defined that the coronavirus performed partly in why he needed to launch the romantic quantity, written Ross Copperman, Josh Osborne and Matt Jenkins. The couple additionally performed it together on the “Today” show.
“Regardless that Gwen and I simply had a single out, we determined that, beneath the circumstances this 12 months… man, there’s by no means been a greater time for ‘Comfortable Wherever,’ ” Shelton mentioned in a press launch, referring to their 2019 hit “No person However You” from his “Totally Loaded: God’s Nation” album.
“We’ve all been in quarantine and lockdown, and hopefully we’ve been doing that with anyone that we actually love and luxuriate in being round. That’s what occurred with Gwen and me this summer season — and this complete 12 months.”
Shelton additionally debuted a sneak peak of the monitor’s forthcoming music video on Instagram Thursday in a clip that exhibits Stefani flipping her hair with a giant smile as she squeezes Shelton in for a hug. The tune’s signature banjo riff performs within the background.
Throughout a livestream to advertise the monitor Thursday, Warner Music Nashville’s Shane Tarleton shared that it was Stefani’s brother, Todd Stefani, who shot the video whereas quarantined with the duo at Shelton’s ranch in Oklahoma, Entertainment Tonight reported. Usually shot in 105-degree warmth, the video may even embrace archival footage ripped from Stefani’s telephone, which she mentioned will paint “the totality” of their relationship.
“I’ve the simplest job at this level in my life, and it’s a blast to be a rustic singer and do what I do,” Shelton mentioned throughout the stream. “It’s hilarious that listening to the radio the final couple of years that Gwen Stefani goes to be singing the ‘countriest’ tune to come back out of Nashville… It’s ironic. It’s humorous.”
“Comfortable Wherever” comes simply forward of the couple’s one-night solely live performance with Hint Adkins which will likely be proven completely at drive-in theaters throughout the US on Saturday July 25.