In Partnership with Best Friends Animal Society, the Band Encourages Fans to Help Animals Displaced by Hurricane Dorian

Atlanta, GA (Sept. 9, 2019): Zac Brown Band will make you laugh and cry with the newly released official music video for Leaving Love Behind. A nod to how pets can make people smile even in difficult times, the video features an entertaining and adorable compilation of beloved pets unexpectedly set to the emotional ballad. As part of the video release, the band has partnered with Best Friends Animal Society to help animals recently displaced and in need as a result of the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian.

“Whether it’s funny things they do or the fact that they comfort us when we need them, we wanted to highlight how pets can make us smile even when we think we can’t. Especially in the wake of Hurricane Dorian, thousands of pets are without homes. We hope you’ll help by donating to Best Friends Animal Society who is doing incredible work taking care of the animals that need love too,” said Zac Brown.

As part of the release of the Leaving Love Behind video, Zac Brown Band is encouraging fans to make a donation to Best Friends Animal Society’s Disaster Relief Fund to support their efforts helping animals displaced by disasters like Hurricane Dorian. To donate, go to

Leaving Love Behind is off Zac Brown Band’s upcoming highly anticipated sixth studio album, ‘The Owl’, to be released via BMG on Sept. 20, 2019. ‘The Owl’ will be available on vinyl, CD and download across digital streaming platforms and is available for pre-order now. The upcoming album title is inspired by the lore surrounding the great horned owl, and will explore a deeper side of Zac Brown Band, as they pull from this inspiration to create their most personal album to date.

A three-time Grammy Award-winning band, Zac Brown Band has sold more than 30 million singles, 9 million albums, has achieved 15 No. 1 radio singles and is the second act in history to have topped both Country Airplay and Mainstream Rock Songs charts. They took the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Songs chart during their 2015 collaboration with the late Chris Cornell on “Heavy is the Head.”

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