This Country Romance song is based on a true story that lends itself well to visual storytelling in a music video. The video was filmed in both Texas and various locations throughout regional Australia.
The song's sound production was expertly handled by Bill Chambers, one of Australia's leading Country musicians.
Originally trained as an Optometrist the capture of stimulating images was a natural progression for Carl Emerton. His first short film Pingin, Black Celt was successful in winning awards for the film and it's music. The next project was a specific music video made for Australian musician Matt Boylan Smith capturing a WW1 love ballad. I Crashed my Drone in Texas had it's genesis in a true story of a drone crashing in Texas with the narrative converted to a Country Romance song.