Sean Stemaly Reminisces On Small-Town Love In ‘As Far As I Know’ Music Video

Sean Stemaly
Sean Stemaly; Photo via YouTube
Sean Stemaly

Sean Stemaly just debuted the music video for his hometown heartbreak anthem, “As Far As I Know.”

The just-released clip was directed by Justin Clough and shot in Linden, TN. The video finds the up-and-comer looking back on a past relationship as he re-visits places in his hometown where they made memories together. The video brings the song’s storyline to life through its picturesque portrayal of small-town love.

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“As Far As I Know” was produced by Joey Moi, co-produced by Derek Wells, and written by Jameson Rodgers, Hunter Phelps, and Justin Wilson.

The track boasts a throwback country sound and showcases Stemaly’s love for traditional country music. The singer says he connected the song instantly.

“From the second my team played me ‘As Far As I Know,’ I immediately connected with it,” he previously shared in a statement. “It’s line for line a story I had actually lived. When I was 18 living in Evansville, IN, my girlfriend at the time struggled with our small-town life. Let’s just say she hung a left at the big church and I never saw her again. That’s why I knew I had to cut it – I can sing it every night at shows and tell a real story, and that’s what country music is all about.”

The song follows Stemaly’s previous releases “Come Back To Bed,” “Last Night All Day” and “Back On A Backroad.”

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