Kris Allen's 'The Truth' Music Video Gets Teaser
Kris Allen's "The Truth" music video is promised to debut very soon. To tide fans over while waiting for the video premiere, behind-the-scene footage is brought forward, featuring an almost empty desert with a lighting on the sky. The crew and the 2009 "American Idol" winner are also briefly seen in this sneak peek.
The music video was filmed on July 19. "I do my own stunt," he tweeted while posting an image of him falling on his back from a black grand piano to a mattress. The filming was originally scheduled to be done a week prior, but got delayed. "The desert decided it needed a whole lot of rain. So, the video shoot is postponed til Monday," he explained.
Written by Train's frontman Pat Monahan and producer Toby Gad, "The Truth" is lifted from Kris Allen's first major-label studio album "Kris Allen". He rides solo in the album version, but later on teams up with Monahan in the single version.
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