, with her brand new music video for "Goldmine." The video was a collaborative labor of love between Caillat and her fiance, singer-songwriter Justin Young, who whittled down hours of personal footage to create three-and-a-half minutes of sunny, feel-good gems.
Watch the video -- exclusively on ETonline -- below!
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Love was all Colbie Caillat needed to inspire her third album, "All Of You," which comes out July 12.
While touring to promote 2009's chart-topping "Breakthrough," Caillat began a relationship with her guitarist and musical director Justin Young, which she tells was "a surprise to both of us.
'I said yes' Colbie Caillat referenced a fan-favorite episode of Friends as she took to Facebook on Friday to announce her engagement to Justin Young, writing: 'This sweet man asked me to be his lobster...
And I said yes' In The One With The Prom Video, which originally aired in 1996, Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow) assures Ross (David Schwimmer) that despite the rough patch they're currently going through, he and Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) would definitely end up together, because 'she's his lobster.' Coy: The songstress had shared a photo to her Facebook account the day before in which you could just catch her sparkling engagement ring at the bottom of the picture, but waited until Friday to share the news She gushed about the romance with Billboard in 2011, admitting it was a 'surprise to both of us.
We're trying to make it really fun and kind of like an outdoors back yard.
We want it to feel like people are in their house, watching a music artist perform in their back yard and super chilled-out.
"Everyone does think it is about me getting married," Caillat, who wrote the song with Toby Gad, says with a laugh. But, honestly, I know that they are amazing songs, they are beautiful and I can't take the credit for it because I did it with a bunch of other people.
I'm really proud of all of our work, and I honestly think that my fans and new fans are going to like it." Caillat has a short run of dates planned for early July -- including a performance on "All Of You's" release date at New York City's Canal Room -- and is planning a more extensive tour for August.
"We feel very lucky that we get to go on tour with each other rather than other people who have to leave their significant others at home," she explains. It's like having your best friend everywhere with you. "I was going through being in love, but there were times where we were having little rough areas in the relationship and trying to figure them out and not give up -- which is what I used to do in relationships. ' (The song) is about being in love and taking your relationship to the next level, but if people want to use it as their wedding songs or think it is about marriage then they can go right ahead because that is what songs are for -- to allow people to have and be what they want them to be what they want them to mean for them."Caillat's other collaborators on "All Of You" include Ryan Tedder (who co-wrote the single "Brighter Than the Sun"), Rick Nowels, longtime friend Jason Reeves and her father, veteran producer and engineer Ken Caillat. "There are so many people that put so much hard work into this record, and I would feel bad if it didn't do well.