Chase Rice has said that "Everybody We Know Does" is "one-hundred percent me," and his music video for the song exemplifies just this. Filmed on his property just outside of Nashville, the "Everybody We Know Does" video stars Rice's friends and family as they sing along to the song.

Rice's tour videographer Cody Cannon filmed the nearly four-minute clip, which showcases the singer and his pals hanging out by the lake, shooting their guns and wrestling in the mud. The girls join later on for a bonfire which includes plenty of drinking and ends in a group sing-along of Garth Brooks' "Friends in Low Places."

“This music video is as real as it gets,” Rice says in a press release. “'Everybody We Know Does' is my life in a song — it’s not just about what we do; it’s about what makes us who we are and what brings us together, and we wanted to capture that in the purest way possible with this video. It’s literally my friends and me hanging out at the farm, gathering around a fire, singing our favorite songs and trying to make the most out of life. Whether we’re on the road, performing for thousands of people or just kicking back at home, this is who we are.”

“Everybody We Know Does” was written by Jeremy Bussey and Travis Denning and is the latest single off Rice's forthcoming project. Rice is currently on his fifth headlining tour with special guests Ryan Hurd and Lacy Cavalier.

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