Canadian singer-songwriter Dan Bremnes on Thursday released an impactful new music video for his latest single "Wherever I Go," which can be viewed at the end of this article. The spectacular video was filmed during an eight-day trip around the world last year, visiting seven countries across the globe in what Bremnes describes as an attempt to set a new world record as well as tying in with the message behind the song.
Earlier this year, ahead of the music video release, Bremnes launched an episodic documentary on his YouTube channel, following his travels around the world as he and his crew captured footage for the upcoming music video. The places they visited include the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt; the Great Wall of China; the Taj Mahal in India; the ancient city of Petra in Jordan; the Colosseum in Rome, Italy; the glaciers in Iceland; and Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates.
Bremnes, who originally hails from the city of Salmon Arm, British Columbia, signed with Nashville's Word Entertainment late last year, releasing the single "Going Together" which he dedicated to his wife. "From day one she has been the most supportive, sacrificial and amazing partner," Bremnes said at the time of the release, adding, "This is our love story."
According to his official website, Bremnes is currently taking a break from touring. However, he recently came off an intense touring schedule with the "Winter Jam Spectacular" tour, playing for arena-capacity audiences at venues in 47 cities across the U.S. from January through March, performing a stunning solo set with loop pedals and samplers while opening for headliners Lecrae and Skillet.