Chapel Hart is known for members’ family harmonies, vivacious personalities and zest for life. Since winning the hearts of country music fans on “America’s Got Talent” last year, Chapel Hart has collected memories and milestones every place they go. In the trio’s new video “Glory Days,” the band shows viewers what it’s like to be them these days.
From stepping onto the bus to the stage at The Grand Ole Opry, Chapel Hart shares their joy and takes fans along for the ride.
“We truly believe that this video is going to really paint the picture for listeners,” the trio told CMT. “We believe the song itself tells a story of a closer look into our journey, but having the video along with it really gives it another feel.”
The trio, sisters Danica Hart and Devynn Hart, with their cousin Trea Swindle along with well-known songwriter Jim Beavers, wrote “Glory Days.” Jeff Glixman produced the song. JT3D produced and directed the video.
“Even though we try to ‘take it all in’ as our wise fans suggest, sometimes it’s still hard to wrap our heads around all of the amazing things we’ve been blessed to accomplish,” the group said. “Watching the video for the first time made us realize that everything about the moments captured on this journey are the stories that we’ll someday tell our children’s children.”
The women remembered a sweet moment in a nail salon in Arkansas that inspired the video – and made it into the final cut.
“A couple minutes in, we noticed the nail techs whispering and discreetly nodding at us,” the women remembered. “Then, from in the back, ‘You Can Have Him Jolene’ started playing. After we told them that, yes, it was us on AGT, the entire salon lit up! By the time we left, you would have thought everyone inside had been friends since elementary.”
Chapel Hart hopes the “Glory Days” music video encourages fans to live life to the fullest.
“We can only hope that listeners to this song will remember to ‘Love every minute, and live while you’re in it,’” they said. “It feels like we’re all on this journey together with our fans, and we hope they make as many memories as possible that they can look back on years later.”