Discover the top five Eric Church music videos of all time.
No. 5 “Two Pink Lines”
Newer fans may not recognize this song or this music video, but it is nothing short of iconic. The music video tells the story of a young couple who might be pregnant. They go into a drug store to buy a handful of pregnancy tests to find out for sure. The man purchases a fake diamond ring at the counter just in case there will be “two pink lines” on the test.
No. 4 “Cold One”
Church as a beer delivery man? “Cold One” also brings his band and crew members as workers and patrons of the bar. To go along with the beer theme, Church performs the song inside a warehouse and inside a store room’s cooler, complete with kegs and freezing temperatures. You’ll be ready to grab a cold one after watching this beer-inspired music video.
No. 3 “Talladega”
One of the most sentimental videos, “Talladega” celebrates both racing and a life story. The video has Church and his band performing on a race track. In between performance shots, Church is seen watching videos of an older man’s life. Videos show his childhood, family memories, and how he grew up.
No. 2 “Record Year”
At the time of this article’s publication, “Record Year” is the most-watched Church music video. The song is off of his 2015 album Mr. Misunderstood and instantly became a viral hit. The music video pays homage to the great country crooners while a man goes through old vinyl records.
No. 1 Eric Church Music Video: “Springsteen”
One of the fan-favorite songs and videos from Church is his classic, “Springsteen.” The video earned a nomination for Music Video of the Year at the CMA Awards in 2012. The music video shows the story of a younger couple, with the woman speaking in a monologue about finding the perfect man. The video goes through the highs and lows of a relationship and shows how it grows.
Overall, it’s a great country music video that depicts the song perfectly.