BY: BEN PAPAGEORGE

There’s a ton of new music being released and with that we get plenty of new music videos to enjoy. Some music videos tell a story while some are simply visually stunning performances. Some are a mix of both. The combination of both musical and cinematic  storytelling allows for a new level of creativity for artists and gives fans the ultimate experience.

We’ve all watched music videos and each have our favourites just like we have favourite songs. Sometimes there’s just that one song that has the perfect video to accompany it and like a great movie, it’s something we can watch over and over again. Here are our Top Country music videos that we can’t stop watching!

 

Jess Moskaluke – Past The Past

This personal video from Jess Moskaluke was filmed at her hometown theatre in Langenburg, Saskatchewan and features clips taken from the singer’s childhood. This one is sure to tug at your heartstrings.

 

Hunter Brothers – Those Were The Nights

The latest single off of their debut album Getaway is the follow up to their hit “Born And Raised”. Sticking to their roots, the Hunter Brothers filmed much of this music video at their farm in their hometown of Shaunavon, Saskatchewan. They even used tractor lights for the lighting! 

 

Morgan Wallen – Up Down feat. Florida Georgia Line

Featuring Florida Georgia Line, “Up Down” is Morgan Wallen’s party anthem that has all you’d expect in a music video from these guys. Boats, booze, and a good time! Expect to hear and see much more from Morgan Wallen in the near future!

 

Lindsay Ell – Criminal

From Lindsay Ell’s hit album The Project, the music video for “Criminal” features everything you could want from such a hard hitting track. Fast cars, wailing guitar solos, and an epic prison break make this video one we can’t and won’t stop watching.

 

The Road Hammers – Haulin’ Ass

The Road Hammers know how to make a great music video and “Haulin’ Ass” no exception. If you haven’t seen this one yet, haul ass over to that play button and enjoy the good times that The Road Hammers are known for.

 

Luke Bryan – Most People Are Good

In classic Luke Bryan fashion, the pop country mega-star takes an optimistic look at the world around us and instills a message of hope and positivity. The music video is very touching and fits his message perfectly.

 

Tebey – Denim On Denim

Tebey’s latest single “Denim On Denim” is rapidly climbing the charts and it’s accompanying music video features a couple travelling through New Mexico and Texas in a Jeep which is the perfect aesthetic for a track like this.

 

Carrie Underwood – Cry Pretty

The brand new video for “Cry Pretty” already has us hooked and we can’t wait to see what Carrie Underwood has in store for fans when her upcoming album releases worldwide on September 18th.

 

Meghan Patrick – The Bad Guy

Meghan Patrick always slays in her music videos and her latest one keeps up with the trend. From the stunning outfits to the amazing lighting effects, this video keeps us coming back.

 

Thomas Rhett – Marry Me

The music video to Thomas Rhett’s hit song “Marry Me” is everything you would expect plus more and every time you watch it you can’t help but feel all the feels. This is one that we will be watching for a long time to come.