June 27, 2016  

Lady Antebellum Debut Intense Music Video for 'Wanted You More'

June 30, 2012 (2:14 am) GMT
Capturing all the emotions reflected in the song's lyrics about a heartbreaking split, the clip includes a dramatic scene featuring Hillary Scott standing near a burning piano.

's new music video has been made available online for viewing pleasure. Made in support of their latest single "Wanted You More", the clip artfully reflects the song's theme about a relationship that is coming to an end.

Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood unleash their emotion while performing the ballad with a background of enchanted woods. The scenes are mixed with footage of two models playing a heartbroken couple. The clip gets more dramatic toward the end as it shows a piano set on fire.

In a statement, Scott sings praise to Noble Jones who directed the visuals. "Noble did such a great job of capturing the emotion of this song and used some really cool special effects," she says before gushing about the final scene, "The last scene was crazy...the adrenaline was definitely pumping, I knew I had only one chance to get that shot!"

"Wanted You More" is the fourth single lifted off the country music group's third studio installment "", which has been released since September 13, 2011. Scott and Kelley once said they based the song around a melody that their road band was playing during a sound check.

Lady Antebellum's "Wanted You More" Music Video

TODAY'S HEADLINES

  1. 'Game of Thrones' Stars Talk About the Bloodbath and Power Transfer in Season Finale
  2. Deadpool Makes Surprise Appearance in 'X-Men: Apocalypse' Japanese Trailer
  3. 50 Cent Arrested in the Caribbean for Saying 'Motherf**ker' at Music Festival
  4. Adele Burps While Taking Selfie With a Fan Onstage. See the Hilarious Video
  5. Rihanna Previews New Song 'Sledgehammer' From 'Star Trek Beyond'
  6. Mariah Carey Shows Off Bare Butts at Her DJ Debut in Las Vegas
  7. Justin Timberlake Attacked by Twitter Users for His Comment on Jesse Williams' BET Awards Speech
  8. Artist of the Week: Calvin Harris