Brad Paisley Borrows From the 1980s for ‘Last Time for Everything’ Video
Brad Paisley's nostalgic "Last Time for Everything" video is a nod to the popular Netflix series Stranger Things, as well as Knight Rider, with a cameo from David Hasselhoff and KITT.
The four-minute video kicks off with an old clip of Paisley performing onstage as a teen, followed by the opening song title card, the font of which recalls Stranger Things. The video segues to images of football games, Paisley at prom and at his high school graduation, then sharing the stage with Little Jimmy Dickens at the Grand Ole Opry.
While Hasseloff makes an appearance to ask Paisley where KITT is, so does the country star's wife. In one scene, Paisley and a group of his guy friends climb into a treehouse and promptly hang a sign that reads "No Girls Allowed." When the girls appear, including Kimberly Williams Paisley, they look up at the guys until they are doused with water balloons and run off.
The hilarious clip also includes a commercial for the Sony Walkman.
"Last Time for Everything" is the follow-up single to "Today," Paisley's 24th No. 1 song as an artist. Paisley co-wrote the song with Chris DuBois and Ashley Gorley making it also his 21st No. 1 as a songwriter. Both singles will appear on his forthcoming 11th studio album, Love and War, which will be released on April 21.
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