Kip Moore Takes Fans to Costa Rica in ‘More Girls Like You’ Lyric Video
Kip Moore’s new lyric video for “More Girls Like You” might be a little bit of a humble brag when it comes down to it, showing off scenes from his recent trip to beautiful Costa Rica. If fans can get past the jealousy, they’ll enjoy sweeping professional shots from the Central American paradise as they get familiar with the lyrics to his latest single.
The video starts with a heartfelt explanation from Moore as to what the song’s about.
"A lot of people are gonna take this song as, this song’s about wanting to have a kid, and that’s a small element of it," Moore says, enjoying a beer while on vacation. "To me, it’s more of that person you find so amazing you hope when you have a kid they turn out as amazing as her. That’s what this new song is about."
Clips show the beauty of the country as well as Moore kicking back and dancing and joking with locals, having a great time. It’s clear Moore loves to travel and meet new people, no matter how different they may be from one another.
"I love to travel and really embrace the surrounding culture wherever I am. I never have much of a plan when I go, just the destination, and am always open to meeting people and having memorable experiences," Moore says in a press release. "My best friend PJ is an amazing videographer and photographer, and he was able to document a lot of this trip, and we thought it would be an interesting way to show that other side of my life when I’m not on the road and touring non-stop."
The artist co-wrote the tune with Steven Olsen, David Garcia and Josh Miller, and it’s now available on iTunes. Check out the full lyric video above.
Moore has said he’s taking 2017 to step back a bit, and this trip, as well as a visit to Maui, was part of the plan.
"We have toured 175 or more shows for six years straight, which is kind of unheard of. We are all tired. I don’t think people see that side very often because they just see us onstage, but the grind of sleeping on a bus every night for 225 days or more takes a mental and physical tear on you. All I have done is music every day of my life, so this is going to be my first real break from it in probably 12 years," he explained.
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