Lady Antebellum premieres the second single from "Golden" album, "Goodbye Town", during the trio's visit to "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Monday, May 13. Directed by Peter Zavadil, the video was shot in Nashville and shows Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood harmonizing while the band is playing behind them.
The 5-minute video gives somewhat dark atmosphere, since it tells about heartbreak and lost love. The video finds the singers walking on an empty and windy street in a winter day while a couple tries to say goodbye to each other.
"Goodbye Town" was penned by Scott, Kelley and Haywood with input from Josh Kear during the trio's Own The Night World Tour in 2012. "Josh came out to see us on the road because that's where we did so much of the writing for this ['Golden'] album," Kelley shared.
"There's just something about this song that I think people can relate to. It's that time after a breakup when everything about a place reminds you of that person, so all you want to do is just get the hell out of there. We really wanted the production to reflect that almost haunting feeling," he continued.
Lady Antebellum's "Goodbye Town" music video