Midwestern Country riser Teddy Robb is falling in love in the new music video for his latest song, "Stay Single," a Music City-centric clip out everywhere today (2/24).

Despite its title, "Stay Single" is a song about Robb's inability to do just that, and the music video follows the singer and a love interest as they go about their days just out of sight of each other before eventually meeting for the first time while out for their respective runs on a local trail. 

Directed, filmed and produced by Robert Chavers, the will-they-or-won't-they clip highlights several spots in Nashville's Sylvan Park neighborhood including Neighbors of Sylvan Park, The Produce Place, Billy's Corner and Sylvan Park Greenway surrounding McCabe Golf Course. Robb was a resident of Sylvan Park when he wrote "Stay Single" with Pete Good, James McNair and Brandon Ratcliff, and he credits some of his preferred neighborhood haunts with inspiring the lovestruck track.

"It doesn't get any more real than this video," Robb shares. "I've lived in Nashville for almost 10 years and Sylvan Park is one of my favorite parts of town! To be able to showcase some of the spots and businesses that make the area unique and were a part of my daily life while living there means a lot, and it only felt right to shoot the 'Stay Single' video there."

"Stay Single" has garnered mentions from Entertainment Tonight, MusicRow, Country Now and more and has been featured on Spotify's Fresh Finds Country, New Music Friday Country and Next from Nashville playlists, Apple Music's New in Country and Country Risers, Amazon Music's Breakthrough Country and Tidal's Rising: Country and Country Waves.

The song is Robb's second release as an independent artist, following 2022's "Pretty Things," which is spinning on multiple radio stations. Robb is getting ready to keep the new music rolling in 2023, with much more to come from the singer this year.







Growing up in rural Ohio, Teddy Robb spent his childhood outdoors, hunting, fishing, and off-roading. He developed a love for music at a young age, finding inspiration in Country greats like George Strait, Johnny Cash and Brooks & Dunn as well as Rock and Roll and Blues music. The conclusion of his football career in college gave him the push to pick up a guitar, and once he started performing, he was hooked. After graduation, Robb moved to Nashville, cutting his teeth in Broadway honky-tonks before a trip to Colorado led to a residency at a local bar. There, Robb continued to hone his craft and ultimately made the connection that would take him back to Music City. He has since released two EPs — a self-titled project in 2020 and Get Away With It in 2022 — and his music has tallied over 110 MILLION streams to date. He has performed on NBC's TODAY, been spotlighted by Rolling Stone and Billboard and has shared the stage with Country stars like Luke Combs, Jordan Davis and HARDY. Robb's recent release "Pretty Things" was his first as an independent artist, and his latest song, "Stay Single," marks the start of a new journey to unfold in 2023.