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YouTubers Sam Tsui & Casey Breves Document Wedding In Absurdly Sweet Music Video

by Jeff Taylor September 01, 2016

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Sam Tsui (l) and Casey Breves (r). Via YouTube.

Singer/songwriter Sam Tsui and singer/musician Casey Breves have documented their recent wedding with a brand new single, “This Promise,” and accompanying music video that lets their fans experience their big day for themselves.

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The newlyweds released the video on Tsui’s YouTube channel, which has over 2.5 million subscribers. Tsui rose to fame uploading music videos and covers to YouTube starting in 2008.

“It has been so awesome to share more of myself this year with all of you, and this video is perhaps one of the most special and personal I’ve shared with you yet,” Tsui writes in the video’s description. “As many of you know, I got married in April to the amazing Casey Breves, and wanted to share a little bit of that day with you because I really do consider you, the #Samily, to be a kind of family that means so much to me.”

Tsui came out in a video in April of this year, where he also dropped the news about his relationship with Breves.

“Please enjoy this virtual invitation to our wedding, and the single we wrote to accompany it – it’s an anthem about the power and timelessness of love,” Tsui writes.

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Watch the music video below.

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