Lady A premieres new video today
Friday, June 29, 2012
– The music video for Lady Antebellum's new single, Wanted You More,
premieres today across VEVO
Directed by Noble Jones and shot in Nashville last month, the video reflects some of life's struggles that ultimately result in a moment of realization.
"Noble did such a great job of capturing the emotion of this song and used some really cool special effects," said Lady A's Hillary Scott. "The last scene was crazy...the adrenaline was definitely pumping, I knew I had only one chance to get that shot."
The trio will wrap the U.S. leg of their Own the Night 2012 World Tour tomorrow night in Milwaukee before heading overseas for dates scheduled in Europe and Australia.
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