The new video, which sees the two country stars performing together, is filmed in front of a live audience at Edna's neighborhood bar in Oklahoma City.
After teasing it with a sneak-peek clip, Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert finally premiere the official music video for their "We Were Us" in full. "Excited to share the official video for 'We Were Us' featuring Miranda Lambert with you all!!" Urban wrote on his Facebook page on Friday, November 15 and attached a link to the video.
The concept of the video is simple. Both country stars are featured performing the song together at a bar. Lambert looks beautiful in a black tight dress while joining Urban who sings and plays his guitar for several guests with whom they are sharing great times.
Urban and Lambert's new video was filmed in front of a live audience at Edna's neighborhood bar in Oklahoma City. Meanwhile, the song appears in Urban's newest album that hit Billboard 200's No. 1 after being released back in September, "Fuse".
In a behind-the-scenes video that arrived earlier this week, Urban revealed how he ended up working on a duet song with Lambert. "She's such an incredible singer and I've always thought it'd be cool to do a duet together if the right song ever came along," the "American Idol" judge praised his collaborator.
"When I heard 'We Were Us' it was instant. I had two thoughts. The first that 'this is that song' and the second... 'man, I sure hope she says yes!' " he added.
"We Were Us" was performed by the two singers at Country Music Association Awards which was held earlier this month. Previously in October, Lambert made a surprise appearance at Urban's show to help him sing the upbeat tune for audience at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
Keith Urban's "We Were Us" (feat. Miranda Lambert) music video