Moore debuts video Saturday
Friday, February 12, 2016
– Justin Moore debuts the video for "You Look Like I Need a Drink" online Saturday.
The video will be available at 12:01am eastern with the on-air debut on the CMT Hot 20 Countdown at 9 a.m. eastern.
Directed by Shane Drake and shot in Los Angeles, Moore lives out his Western fantasies in the video. Between riding a horse, tumbleweeds, bandits and bar fights, there is a Wild West flavor to the video.
"This may be my favorite video I've ever shot," said Moore. "I am a huge Western fan, and we shot one with a dose of comedy."
"He keeps repeating the day only in different ways and different forms and shapes," said Drake of the plot. "We had to keep redressing the same set and have Justin do a lot of the same action."
Moore is on the hunt for a wanted lady and must repeat the same day - walking in the same bar - but in different circumstances each time until he finds the woman on the poster.
Moore tours this summer with Brantley Gilbert's Take It Outside Tour.
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