[Watch] Maddie and Tae’s Captivating Video for “Friends Don’t”

Platinum-selling duo Maddie & Tae have released the official music video for their latest single off of their upcoming full-length sophomore album,  “Friends Don’t.” The upbeat single was written by Madison Marlow (Maddie), Taylor Dye (Tae), Justin Ebach and Jon Nite. This is the pair’s first new single released under their new record label,  Mercury Records, an imprint of Universal Music Group.

In a recent press release, Dye shared “To us ‘Friends Don’t’ feels sexy and confident, but with a dash of that uncertainty, you have at the start of a relationship, because you don’t know if the other person feels the same way you do. We wanted to play off that push and pull we’ve all felt before.”

In the video, you see exactly that. It starts off with the Texas and Oklahoma duo at a late night house party and each seem to have a flirtatious relationship with separate love interests. There are text messages exchanged as well as mixed emotional signals and one big grand gesture.”We both got to do a little acting and play out separate storylines with a love interest,” revealed Marlow. “It was pretty outside of the box for us to act, so we just tried to have fun with it.” You’ll have to watch to see what happens in the end.

Maddie & Tae will hit the road with Carrie Underwood on her Cry Pretty Tour 360 next Spring along with supporting act Runaway June. The tour stops in New York City on October 2nd, 2019 at the legendary Madison Square Garden and tickets are available everywhere today.

 

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