The video, directed by Michael Monaco and Eder Acevedo, was filmed while Swindell and his band were quarantined due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With everyone stuck at home, the team had to bring extra creativity to the project.
The video finds Swindell in dreamland after falling asleep on his couch watching the news, which were all about COVID-19. Throughout the clip, Swindell shows up at the beach, the desert, in space, at a baseball field and more.
"I have loved this song since the first listen and wanted to create a video that was just as special,” Swindell said in a statement. "We had to get really creative shooting because we were still in quarantine, and it ended being one of the most fun videos I’ve ever done. Because of having that extra time I was able to be really involved in the creative and editing process and this video is a snapshot of my quarantine of trying to tune out all of the bad news and dreaming of being back out on the road at live shows with my band and fans."
Swindell's "Single Saturday Night" was co-written by Ashley Gorley, Michael Hardy and Mark Holman. It's his first new music since 2018's "Love You Too Late," which is featured on his third studio album, All Of It.
Currently, the country star is scheduled to hit the road for the remainder of his headlining "Down To Earth Tour," which was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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