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Video Premiere: Lady Antebellum's 'Just a Kiss'

June 28, 2011 (2:32 am) GMT
The music video follows the romantic journey of a young couple as they visit various beautiful cities across the globe.
Video Premiere: Lady Antebellum's 'Just a Kiss'

have just debuted a music video for their new single "Just a Kiss". Directed by Shaun Silva, the video was filmed in several locations across the globe. It follows two strangers Joy and Braden who take a tour to various beautiful cities together. They share laugh, joy and kiss along the way.

Despite the strong chemistry between them, this young couple takes things slow. "Just a kiss on your lips in the moonlight/ Just a touch of the fire burning so bright," Lady A narrate the romantic story with their lyrics. "I don't want to mess this thing up/ I don't want to push too far."

The song is the first single from Lady Antebellum's upcoming studio album "". Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley and wrote the song themselves and have showcased it on national television for the very first time during a May episode of "".

Talking about the track, Scott said, "We love writing songs from personal experience, and this is definitely one of those songs." She elaborated her statement, "There is so much excitement at the beginning of a new relationship ... all the butterflies and that optimistic feeling that this person could be 'the one'."

Lady Antebellum's "Just a Kiss" music video

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