Luke Bryan’s latest, emotional single, “Fast,” is a tearjerker. It reminds us to cherish every day that we have, because life goes by too quickly.
So, when we were introduced to the accompanying video for the song, which premiered on March 2, it made us all the more nostalgic.
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In the latest installment of Luke’s popular web series, LBTV, fans get a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the music video for the song. The filming for the video took place in Bloomington, Indiana during one of Luke’s Kill the Lights Tour stops.
To create the mood for the music video, director Michael Monaco used the theater on Indiana University’s campus. An empty stage provided the setting for Luke, while his journey in pictures from childhood to adulthood flash in select scenes of the final product.
Just like many others, the 40-year-old star knows that nothing lasts forever. And, some of the highlights focus on his wedding day with wife Caroline Boyer, as well as the births of his two sons – Bo, 9, and Tate, 6.
“Every time I come home my boys are bigger, and they’re starting to throw me around the house a little more,” says Luke in the clip above. “One day I’ll snap my fingers and wish [I] could’ve froze time a little bit.”
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He continues, “I think anytime you can help people slow down and reflect on that and remember to take things in stride a little bit better, I think people love hearing that in a song.”
“Fast,” written by Luke with Luke Laird and Rodney Clawson, is the sixth single from Luke’s 2015 album, “Kill the Lights.”