A music video for the song was shot in late January 2012. It sees Ritter being rejected by his girlfriend, before he starts performing the track. He eventually ends up singing it on a carnival float with his fellow band members. Wheeler told Pop Crush
about the clip: "The video itself, I think it's exactly what the song is. It's sugary. It's a catchy melody. It's a classic Rejects pop rock song. But the lyrical sentiment is a little darker — it's spiteful and the guy talking is kind of an a–hole. I think we really captured the vibrancy and the colors; and if you just look at it on the surface, it looks like exactly what it is. It's bright. There's dancing — it's a great time. But if you look a little closer you see the devil girls, you see the barbershop quartet with the black eyes – there's a dark undertone, where if you listen to the lyric and pick up on the details of the video I think they match perfectly.
We were thinking about going a really dark route and having Ty play this guy who's unhappy in his personal life so he's like a male prostitute. Not like in a Deuce Bigalow
kind of way but in a dark, sad, kind of way. We were so far down the rabbit hole with that idea when Isaac Rentz sent the treatment and we were all kind of like, "This is a breath of fresh air, I think this is good, is this good?" So we made it. We spent a lot of money, but we had a lot of fun doing it and it came out really cool."
The video also features a cameo appearance from American singer and entertainer Wayne Newton.