Kip Moore catches a good romantic buzz in the new track, “How High,” and he pairs it with a sense of ageless wonder in an official video.
Co-written by the “She’s Mine” hit maker with Bobby Terry, Luke Dick and Westin Davis, the flirtatious track pairs Moore’s smoky sensuality with an intoxicating theme and slinky-rock sound — all about the warm rush of endorphins his love interest inspires. Meanwhile, it’s brought to life in quirky style by a video directed by PJ Brown, a clip which imagines that love interest as life itself. You’re only as old as you feel, Moore and Brown submit, casting a spunky senior to spend a day living out her best life in beach-town style.
“How High” will be featured next month as part of Moore upcoming Wild World Deluxe album, an extended version of his original 2020 set with additional tracks. That LP included the Top 15 single, “She’s Mine,” and Moore has previously shared the bonus track “Don’t Go Changing” from Wild World Deluxe.
In a related move, the singer songwriter will celebrate the project’s release with a special concert event, booking a rare live-audience show dubbed Wild World Deluxe: Live at the Ryman. Inviting a carefully planned number of fans Nashville’s fabled Mother Church of Country Music for a socially-distanced show and global livestream event, it’s set for the same day the album is released — February 12 at 8 p.m. CT — and fans can purchase tickets beginning Tuesday (January 19) at ryman.com/event/kip-moore/. The show will also benefit ACM Lifting Lives, with $1 from every ticket sold being donated to the cause.