That’s My Kind Of Night by Luke Bryan
A slow start doesn’t always predict the finish and in Luke Bryan’s case, his twangy upbeat music video presents images that take on a double meaning. The video of “That’s My Kind of Night,” opens up with a large match that is struck by the musician who watches it as he allows its flames to burn before he uses it to ignite an arrow on a colorful hunting bow.
The flaming arrow is shot into a bundle of kindling briars and very soon, a flash of bonfire burned against the starry night sky as American country musician Luke Bryan stood on the back of a Chevy pickup truck that has been transformed into a dance floor, flashing his megawatt smile and then sang into the mic. The mood is set in a very rural setting, with corn fields all around and the party which grows during the song, having access to a river which sets the stage for the other subjects of his lyrics.
Bryan, winner of 2012 AMA Songwriter of the year, described the kind of girl and the kind of night he considers ideal. He mentions a rowing trip down the Flint River to catch a catfish dinner and some other simple trappings of an evening with a girl that he is not only sharing affections with but also getting a buzz from libations.
In the song, he predicts that she would prefer to be taken down a row of growing corn in a field and to spend some time in the water as opposed to what other men might want to do to have fun with her. Bryan also shares that he sees dancing in the dark as a romantic lead into a night of romance.
Luke continues to sing the song, basically saying that he had a good feeling about the evening and that driving down highway 35 with a pretty girl at his side was his idea of a great night. The song seems to convey that a simple slow start can lead to something significant. It also holds the message that some men see women differently than others and can determine the direction to take to romance her according to her style and vibes.
It is not that one has to behave the same way for every woman, but one must pay attention to the individual’s likes and dislikes in order to fully be romantically aware of one’s partner.
Capitol Records – Nashville is the label of the record, and Dallas Davidson, Chris DeStefano and Ashley Gorley is credited as the song writers. The song is a single in the newly released Crash My Party album and since late October, the country pop single with a decidedly playful vocal, has given many critics an ample supply in order to share rave reviews.
Jeff Davis produced the video while Shaun Silva served as director of the official video with Michael Monaco serving as director of the tour version of the video.