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Bryan debuts "Crash My Party" video Thursday

Wednesday, June 19, 2013 – Luke Bryan will premiere the new video for his current single Crash My Party, tomorrow during the fourth hour of NBC's Today show.

Bryan will return later this summer to the Today show for an Aug. 16 appearance on the Summer Concert Series.

Bryan once again rejoined longtime director Shaun Silva to create the video, which can also be viewed in its entirety exclusively at today.com and KLGandHoda.com all day tomorrow and across all platforms beginning Friday.

The song, written by Rodney Clawson and Ashley Gorley, is the lead single off of Bryan's forthcoming album, which will be in stores on Aug. 13.

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