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    Watch: Sara Watkins Unveils Video for "You and Me" From Her Album "Sun Midnight Sun"

    Sara Watkins has unveiled the video for "You and Me," a song off her 2012 Nonesuch album, Sun Midnight Sun. The video was directed by Russ Kendall of Kaleidoscope Pictures, from the BYUtv series The Song That Changed My Life, and premiered on CMT yesterday. "Sara Watkins lingers in a citrus orchard savoring a sweet memory for part of her latest video, 'You and Me," writes CMT Edge's Chris Parton. "The song ... features a gentle pop melody paired with Watkins’ breathy, restless vocals." You can now watch the video below via Watkins' YouTube channel and at nonesuch.com/media.

    Watkins returns to the road in the US on May 5 with a performance at the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, following by a tour of the West Coast, including a number of stops in California, Oregon, and Washington. In June, she joins Jackson Browne as special guest on his acoustic tour, and in July and August she meets up with Garrison Keillor's A Prairie Home Companion Radio Romance Tour of the East Coast and Midwest. For additional details and tickets links, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    To pick up a copy of Sun Midnight Sun, head to the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include a download of the complete album at checkout.

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Watch: Sara Watkins Unveils Video for "You and Me" From Her Album "Sun Midnight Sun"

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Sara Watkins has unveiled the video for "You and Me," a song off her album Sun Midnight Sun. The video was directed by Russ Kendall of Kaleidoscope Pictures from the BYUtv series The Song That Changed My Life and premiered on CMT yesterday. "Sara Watkins lingers in a citrus orchard savoring a sweet memory for part of her latest video, 'You and Me," says CMT Edge. "The song ... features a gentle pop melody paired with Watkins’ breathy, restless vocals." Watch it here.

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Sara Watkins has unveiled the video for "You and Me," a song off her 2012 Nonesuch album, Sun Midnight Sun. The video was directed by Russ Kendall of Kaleidoscope Pictures, from the BYUtv series The Song That Changed My Life, and premiered on CMT yesterday. "Sara Watkins lingers in a citrus orchard savoring a sweet memory for part of her latest video, 'You and Me," writes CMT Edge's Chris Parton. "The song ... features a gentle pop melody paired with Watkins’ breathy, restless vocals." You can now watch the video below via Watkins' YouTube channel and at nonesuch.com/media.

Watkins returns to the road in the US on May 5 with a performance at the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, following by a tour of the West Coast, including a number of stops in California, Oregon, and Washington. In June, she joins Jackson Browne as special guest on his acoustic tour, and in July and August she meets up with Garrison Keillor's A Prairie Home Companion Radio Romance Tour of the East Coast and Midwest. For additional details and tickets links, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

To pick up a copy of Sun Midnight Sun, head to the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include a download of the complete album at checkout.

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