Neon Light by Blake Shelton
“Neon Light” is a country song with pop and rock influences, representing the story about finding light at the end of the day, after a love disappointment or any bad event occurring to each of us. The song is particularly addressed to Blake Shelton’s fans, being a tribute to their loyalty.
“Neon Light” is a circular video, starting with the image of the sunrise and ending with the sunshine, lighted by the pink neon objects waved by the fans participating to the artist’s concerts. The song describes the joy felt by the artist, willing to enjoy every moment of his activity such as a barbecue with his friends, preparing the concert or touching the hands of his fans, as sign of total communication.
Every show performed by Blake Shelton is a meticulous event, supposing an impressive number of trucks to deliver the required equipment for the live experience. The scene, the big monitors, the backing vocals, as well as the instrumental artists are Blake Shelton’s helpers to deliver each time what his friends expect. He greets them and even signs autographs, while singing, in order to satisfy their desires. In addition to the moments displaying the magic created through his shows, the video also includes few scenes representing the rehearsal and the creation of new songs.
“Neon Light” is the single promoting the ninth studio album created by Blake Shelton entitled “Bringing Back The Sunshine”. The song was launched on 18 August 2014, being written by Andrew Dorff, Mark Irwin and Josh Kear, also creating for Taylor Swift featuring Tim McGraw (“Highway Don’t Care”), Florida Georgia Line (“Anything Goes”) or Carrie Underwood (“Blown Away”). “Neon Light” was produced by Scott Hendricks, a traditional partner of Faith Hill, Alan Jackson or Trace Adkins.
The video for “Neon Light” was created by Cody Kern, also having directed Travis Cooper’s video “Every Little Thing” and released on 12 September 2014. “Neon Light” includes numerous scenes from Blake Shelton’s concerts, as well as backstage moments.