Kip Moore Hits the Road for ‘More Girls Like You’ Lyric Video
Just in time for spring, Kip Moore is giving fans a case of wanderlust with the release of the lyric video for his newest single, “More Girls Like You.”
The "More Girls Like You" lyric video is made up of clips from a trip that Moore recently took to Costa Rica with a friend, and while it doesn’t step too far from the beach-themed projects that often pop up in country music, Moore brings his own flavor to the visuals, interacting with locals and showing a lot more than simply a singer on a beach with a guitar.
“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."
Moore co-wrote "More Girls Like You" with Steven Olsen, David Garcia and Josh Miller; he produced the track alongside Garcia. Listeners might hear a yearning to be a dad in the song’s lyrics (“Girls like you make guys like me / Wanna reach for the brightest star, set it on a ring / Put it on your hand, grab a piece of land / And raise few / More girls like you"), but at the beginning of the video, Moore lays out a more simplified angle for the track: It’s purely a love song.
“I’ve never been that guy looking for a relationship, and solitude has never scared me. I’ve never bought into the societal pressure of following the A, B and C steps of life, but I still look forward to the family chapter,” Moore explains. “This song is about meeting that someone you find so amazing inside and out, that you can only pray the kids you have together are just as amazing as she is. That’s the kind of woman I hope to end up with.”
“More Girls Like You” is currently available for download via iTunes.