Luke Bryan Premiere’s “Drunk On You” Video This Friday, March 23 on VEVO
“Drunk On You” is the Part-Two Follow up to Recent “I Don’t Want This Night To End” Video
“tailgates & tanlines” is #1 Country Album This Week
Nashville, TN – (March 21, 2012)- Luke Bryan will debut the video for his current single,
“Drunk On You” with a world premiere across VEVO, including VEVO.com
, VEVO’s free mobile apps and on VEVO syndication partners like YouTube, this Friday, March 23. “Drunk On You” is the third single from Luke’s tailgates & tanlines
album, which is currently the #1 selling country album in the nation according to the Billboard
Country Albums chart.
Bryan once again teams up with Tacklebox Films director Shaun Silva for this video, which is the “Part-Two” clip following his “I Don’t Want This Night To End” video saga, which will again showcase Luke’s acting skills.
In the “I Don’t Want This Night To End” video, Luke plays a Country music star who falls for a new girl in town, who is played by actress Cameron Richardson (Entourage, Harper’s Island), while he is home from the road. A chance meeting leads to a night they will never forget. But, the story continues with “Drunk On You”—did she make it to the show?
Fans can also tune in to see Luke perform on the 47th Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday,
April 1on the CBS Television Network.
AUDIO: Luke Bryan says the video for ‘Drunk on You’ ties in to the video for his previous No. 1 single, “Drunk on You.”
Luke Bryan (Drunk on You video) OC: …as the first. :27
“It just kind of worked with the video. I mean it’s not necessarily that the songs are really interrelated, or whatever, but they kinda, I guess, speak the same kind of language, and it just seemed a great [idea] to tie them together with the video. It was a nice concept. We could knock the video out. I don’t have to fly somewhere and shoot another video, so it was nice to have ‘em done. So, it just seemed like the thing to do. It was Shaun Silva, my video director’s idea to kinda put them together like that. See if the second works as good as the first.”