The song's black-and-white music video was directed by Dickerson's wife and filmed through the back hatch of the family SUV as a friend drove the vehicle down a road in west Nashville. Dickerson, who was walking behind the car, told The Boot
he had envisioned "a guy walking down the road and singing to the camera."
However, a giant storm rolled in shortly after filming began giving the video a unique effect. Dickerson said: "We got five or six takes of pre-storm, and then it just unloaded and we just kept going, kept going, kept going. I think we were there an hour and a half Dickerson stuck with the concept."