Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani are letting fans in on their private life at home together in the just-released music video for their new duet, “Happy Anywhere.”
The clip, which was directed by Gwen’s brother, Todd Stefani, showcases the beloved couple together at their homes in Oklahoma and California. Performance shots are intermixed with home footage of the couple, their families and her children, bringing the song’s sweet message to life.
“I’m running wide open/ I was born with my feet in motion,” Shelton and Stefani sing on the chorus. “But since I met you, I swear/ I could be happy anywhere/ Any map dot location/ You’re always my destination/ You’re the only thing that I’m chained to/ I could be happy anywhere/ I could be happy anywhere with you.”
The song was co-written by Ross Copperman, Josh Osborne and Matt Jenkins and follows the release of Shelton and Stefani’s chart-topping duet, “Nobody But You.”
In a recent interview with People, Shelton revealed that he and Stefani actually recorded “Happy Anywhere” before they cut “Nobody But You,” and later realized this was the perfect time to release it.
“‘Nobody But You’ was a big song for us, but we actually recorded ‘Happy Anywhere’ before that. We were waiting for the right time to release it, and I knew that time was now,” he explained. “We’re all still socially distancing, so there’s no better time to be happy anywhere with the person or people you love. It doesn’t matter where in the world you are — as long as you’re with them, you’re happy.”
Click above to watch the brand new “Happy Anywhere” music video.