The song's music visual was directed by Trey Fanjoy, who has twice won the CMT Video Of The Year award for her clips for Taylor Swift's "Our Song
" and "Love Story
." The couple that was cast in the visual are in fact together in real-life.
The clip was shot in a 200-year-old rustic cabin in Rock Island, Tennessee, two hours outside of Nashville. Fanjoy felt it was ideal to visually convey the song's message. "Interesting, too, there's a line in the song that says, 'I want to drive so far that I don't have any bars left on my cell phone,' and we don't," she said to Taste of Country
with a laugh. "We have not had much cell service out here, so we're kinda livin' it."