The Voice season eight is getting ready to call it a day and crown a winner, but before someone can be the next Craig Wayne Boyd, there were some music videos to be released. Following in the tradition of last year, the final four contestants competed last night (May 18) and debuted their own original singles and music videos. And now, the lone contestant remaining on Team Adam Levine, Joshua Davis, has his clip for "The Workingman's Hymn" online.
The song was written by Davis himself and is indicative of the sort of blue collar rock that he's expected to release, if he is to win The Voice, of course. The music video follows in that spirit. Shot in a classic black and white, "The Workingman's Hymn" seems to take place back stage at The Voice. Davis, wearing a crisp white dress shirt, jams on his acoustic guitar with three female backup singers, a small smile on his face, reflecting the hard working themes of his new anthem.
While Davis is in behind the microphone stand, a flurry of activity occurs behind him as the stage gets prepped for his next big moment.
Watch Joshua Davis' new music video for "The Workingman's Hymn" below:
Davis isn't the only contestant to release a music video. His fellow contestants Koryn Hawthorne, Sawyer Fredericks and Meghan Linsey dropped new singles and visuals, as well. The final four competed for the title of "The Voice" on Monday night, and the winner will be declared in a two-hour finale tonight (May 19) at 9 p.m. on NBC.