The song's music video was directed by Chris Hicky David and shot at the Alabama Theater in Birmingham, Alabama. Nail decided on the location after playing a Bama Rising Concert as a fundraiser to help tornado victims in the state.
It is bookended by clips of Nail's family back home in Missouri, starting with old footage of the singer at the age of six, as his father introduces him on stage and ending with Nail's beloved grandfather telling him how proud he is. "It's songs like this that remind you of adolescence, being 15 or 16 years old and thinking, 'How do you do this? I really like singing, but coming from a small town like where I grew up, how do you start that journey?'" explained Nail. "If you didn't know anything about me, I wanted to visually tell that story in four and a half minutes, starting with me as a six year old, up to about six months ago, my grandfather getting his # 1 plaque for 'Let It Rain
.' My grandfather is a huge Las Vegas fan; he and my grandmother drive out there three or four times a year. So the thought that his grandson plays Vegas and the thought that his grandson's name could potentially be on one of those marquees, just blew his mind."