The Peter Zavadil-directed clip sees a couple having to deal with heartbreak and loss.
The music video for country duo Florida Georgia Line's "Stay" has arrived online. The nearly-four-minute clip, which follows a couple who has to deal with heartbreak and loss, opens with a girl and her dog sitting in front of a burned-out trailer.
Viewers are then brought back to the time before the fire starts. The young woman is seen leaving her boyfriend's house and totally ignoring his calls. After failing to convince his girlfriend to come back to him, the man eventually decides to move on with his life by burning all his stuff.
Directed by Peter Zavadil, the clip concludes with the woman returning to her boyfriend's house and seemingly regretting her earlier decision to leave.
"Stay" is the fourth single off Florida Georgia Lines' platinum-selling album, "Here's to the Good Times". Released back in December via Republic Nashville, the duo's debut record peaked at No. 4 on Billboard 200.
Florida Georgia Line's members, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, are currently working on the deluxe version of "Here's to the Good Times". The upcoming release called "Here's to the Good Times: This Is How We Roll" is expected to be released on November 25.
Florida Georgia Line's "Stay" music video