Today (Oct 4), two-time GRAMMY Award winner, multi-GMA Dove Award winner, and multi-platinum selling singer/songwriter Zach Williams shares the official music video for “Jesus’ Fault” featuring Walker Hayes. The track is off his recently released and anticipated 15-track project, which is available courtesy of Sony Music/ Provident Entertainment. Listen HERE.
Williams will see his collaboration with fellow platinum-selling country star Walker Hayes hit national country television today. The highly-anticipated official music video for Williams’ “Jesus’ Fault feat. Walker Hayes” makes its TV debut on CMT and CMT Music. The country twinged single comes from Williams’ first album in three years, A Hundred Highways, which was released to critical praise just this past week.
The video for “Jesus’ Fault (feat. Walker Hayes)” airs October 4th on CMT at 6:42am, 7:42am, and 8:39am (EST). CMT Music will be airing the video 8 times throughout the day starting at 6:32am (EST). In addition to the premiere, CMT has given Williams their coveted Times Square billboard, where “Jesus’ Fault (feat. Walker Hayes)” will be played to the “crossroads of the world” at 12 pm and 5 pm (EST).
A Hundred Highways is Williams’ faith on full display from beginning to end, with each song built on his unchanging love for Jesus. “This record feels more like me than anything else I’ve done,” Williams shares. “It’s the most ‘Zach’ record I’ve made. I wasn’t concerned about if it fits in any certain pocket, I just wrote about my life experiences and the things I’m feeling and living.”
Along with “There Was Jesus,” Williams is also sharing many of his new songs on his current headlining tour. Running through November 20, the Zach Williams Fall ’22 Tour is visiting 36 major markets such as New York City, Colorado Springs, Baton Rouge, Phoenix, and Austin. Additionally, for VIP ticket holders and in partnership with the Salvation Army, for every VIP ticket sold a food box will be given to a family in need in the community, providing enough meals to feed a family of four for an entire week. The Salvation Army partnership will continue through the holidays when he embarks on his I Don’t Want Christmas To End Tour, which runs through December. Click HERE to find out more and for tickets to both tours, which are on sale now.