Miami’s famed South Beach is known for steamy days and sultry nightlife, but in Michael Ray’s new video for “One That Got Away” he discovers another side to the famous destination.
The video opens with a montage of South Beach hotspots before catching up with Ray as he sits alone at a deserted bar in a touristy area. The female bartender steps in to spice up his night by slipping him a note that reads “Real Miami. Five min. Alley door.”
Intrigued, Ray follows his host and they get moving for a busy night of fun and festivities. After the leading lady changes her bartending outfit for something more fitting, the two embark on an adventure that leaves Ray wanting more when the night ends.
While the two remain the focus of the Sean Hagwell-directed clip, the Florida native wanted to make sure Miami was highlighted as a staple to the storyline.
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AND THAT’S A WRAP….. The “ONE THAT GOT AWAY” music video is officially done!! Thank you to this entire crew for working so hard and for their vision, talent, drive, energy, and for laughing and sweating all night long as we explored the heart of #Miami. @seanhagwell you are a genius and you make it so easy. You, Kirsten and crew made it come to life before our eyes. It was an honor to work with you! @vchirinoooo thank you for your talent and for taking this role and showing us around your city. You did an incredible job! Mars thank you for keeping the fans going and for making it look like we weren’t sweating like crazy haha. @bkiz @buffycooper @kirstenbalani @andrewbeselica @justin.luffman @duprecious thank y’all for always making visions we dream of come to life and for making it such a great time. Behind every artist you see there is a team of ppl working their asses off to help keep the machine rolling. I’m a blessed man to have this team of ALL STARS (pictured and the ones holding it down in Nashville) in my corner! Can’t wait for y’all to see what was captured!! #onethatgotaway
“We wanted to treat Miami as its own character in this video because we felt that this city really had a personality and an energy of its own — reminiscent of the energy I feel on stage night-after-night, city-after-city when we play this song live,” Ray recalled. “I also wanted to get outside of my comfort zone. So, we flew down to Miami and what you see in this video was really us experiencing all these things together; really just being in the moment.”
The track, featured on Ray’s latest release Amos, was co-written by Josh Osborne, Jesse Frasure and Old Dominion’s Matthew Ramsey and Trevor Rosen.
Ray will soon hit the road with the men of OD, opening for Happy Endings World Tour.