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Keith Urban Haunted by Memories of Ex
Two years have already passed since Keith Urban released his chart-topping eighth album, Fuse, but he’s still getting mileage off it. Today the New Zealand country singer released the music video for Come Back to Me, a lovelorn post-break up track. It’s a melancholy affair where Urban, playing his guitar amid a bare room, is haunted by memories of his ex.
Screens around him project their trips to the beachand happy times. Urban is currently gearing up for the 2015 CMT Awards, where he’ll be performing and competing against Dierks Bentley, Eric Church, Jason Aldean, Kenny Chesney, and Luke Bryan for Male Video of the Year with the visual clip for Somewhere in My Car. Urban is also nominated in the category for CMT Performance of the Year for “It’s a Man’s, Man’s, Man’s World” from the 2014 CMT Artist of the Year. The show airs June 10, when it will broadcast live from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena.