Russell Dickerson‘s hit single “Blue Tacoma” is the perfect tune for a breezy summer day, and now he’s giving fans an acoustic version of the track.
“I wrote ‘Blue Tacoma’ about a road trip with my wife down the PCH in California,” he tells PEOPLE exclusively about the song, which he performed for YouTube: Nashville Sessions below. “We captured the colors and the pictures and just the complete beauty of this trip in the lyrics.”
“I love working with my wife because she understands me more than anyone else,” he previously said about the music video, which Kailey co-directed with her brother Toben Seymour. “She has impeccable vision and direction for everything we do.”
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Dickerson’s debut single “Yours” — which was also inspired by his relationship with Kailey — hit number one and also went platinum after its release.
The couple met in Nashville when both were enrolled in Belmont University’s prestigious vocal performance program. Though they started off as friends, the duo eventually fell head over heels for one another.