Old Dominion Delivers Cinematic 'Memory Lane' Video With 'Personal Touches'

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Old Dominion premiered “one of the most ambitious videos we’ve ever put out,” bringing one of their latest smash-hit anthems to life in a new way on Wednesday afternoon (March 22).

The “Memory Lane” music video, directed by Mason Allen and Nicki Fletcher, set the scene for a song that has become special to the band. Old Dominion wrote in a tweet: “There are so many memories and very personal touches intertwined in the visuals. It’s a special one to us and we hope it is to you too.”

Old Dominion released “Memory Lane” earlier this year, along with a few other songs — “Easier Said With Rum,” “Ain’t Got A Worry” and “Freedom Like You” — just as they kicked off their ongoing “No Bad Vibes Tour.”

“Thinkin’ ‘bout those sunsets that bled into jean jacket nights/ Those tangled up mornings lost in paradise/ Still drunk on the feeling when I close my eyes/ You’re pulling me closer, your head on my shoulder/ We’d never let go and we’d never be over”

“Sometimes, when I’m feeling overwhelmed, or missing someone, or maybe just feel a little nostalgic, there are places in my mind I can go that are full of memories of simpler times,” lead vocalist Matthew Ramsey explained as the song released. “It’s a location, or a person, or a feeling that will always live in my memories and I can close my eyes and transport myself there anytime I want and experience it all again. I think we all have that time in our life that will remain forever perfect in our hearts. Sometimes we wish we could just stay there and never leave.”

Watch the new “Memory Lane” music video here:

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