Little Big Town Gives “Kiss Goodbye”

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Little Big Town is giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at its latest music video, for the band’s new single, the ballad "Kiss Goodbye." It was shot in Adams, Tenn., where the group worked with director David McClister for the first time.

"We're doing something cinematic for the first time," says the group's Karen Fairchild of the video's direction. Band mate Jimi Westbrook offers insight into the video's content. "It's about maybe a summer love that is blossoming and happening and for some reason has to end," he says.

The video shoot did have a few surprises, including a small sinkhole on the outdoor set, as LBT's Phillip Sweet found out and band member Kimberly Schlapman also discovered. "The hardest challenge of the video is not sinking into the ground," she says, pointing to her high-heeled boots, which were slowly disappearing into the wet ground. "I just try to keep my balance."

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