Dustin Lynch makes a bad guy look good in his new “Good Girl” music video.
His new spicy and action-packed video of two outlaws living on love, surrounded by the desolate charm of the Mojave Desert, features a silky-smooth Country groove and a rush of desire, all wrapped up in the adrenaline of meeting your soul mate.
“It was, how do we make a video that’s not right on the nose of what ‘Good Girl’ is, lyrically and musically? Trying to find that just special thing that made it feel tough and cool, and [Director] Mason Dixon brought the idea to the table where it would be more of an edgier kind of, tougher look.,” Lynch told Sounds Like Nashville of coming up with the gangster-inspired video.
The music video created for “Good Girl” portrays Lynch and a dark-haired femme fatale as a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde with an affliction for muscle cars. The two are never safe as they are constantly escaping some close calls with the law.
“It’s the most fun I’ve had on a video shoot and I’m very proud of what we came out with. And now, unfortunately, I’m like addicted to the cars I was stealing and driving, I think I’m going to have to purchase a fun, muscle car here before too long,” added Lynch.
The Tennessee native and recent Grand Ole Opry inductee stepped into a new role for this video and tested out his acting chops.
You can watch this action-packed clip above or stream the song on Spotify.