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Jun 24

Watch Luke Bryan’s “Roller Coaster” Music Video

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Luke Bryan photo by Joseph Llanes, courtesy of Schmidt Relations.

Just as summertime officially arrives, Luke Bryan has released a beach-themed music video for his new single, “Roller Coaster.” The video was shot back in March while Luke was in Panama City Beach, Fla. for his annual Spring Break shows. It was directed by Luke’s longtime LBTV videographer, Michael Monaco. “Michael has been part of my organization for the past four years,” Luke said. “In my opinion, he did such an amazing job visually capturing these lyrics.  Also, anytime I can stand on a beach and film a video is a good day!” Watch the video below. The video brings the song’s lyrics about summertime love to life. Luke describes his nostalgic new single as a “masterpiece.” He knew after one listen that he wanted to record the track and immediately drove over to his producer’s house to let him know he had a special track to include on what would be his Crash My Party album. “It has all the levels of going back to young love and that feeling of sitting on the beach and young love that you lost, that you’ve let slip through your hands,” he said. “And so many people have done that, and the way they hook it, ‘girl, you’ve got me twisted like an old beach roller coaster,’ is just when you hear that line snap down in me, it’s just chill bump city, a visual city. You could see them living that scene of having to part ways with one another.” “Roller Coaster” will officially hit radio on July 14. Luke is currently headlining his That’s My Kind of Night Tour. YouTube Preview Image


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Posted at 6:00 am, June 24, 2014 | Permalink

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