Kenny Chesney released his video for current single “Save It For A Rainy Day” today, and – surprise – there’s lots of sunshine and incredibly blue water. Chesney brings the islands back out in force for this visual, playing guitar, fishing, and just basking in the sunshine. The real surprise here is that Chesney’s yacht (as seen in the “Come Over” video) isn’t featured – new boat??
The song is a sonic pick-me-up, a reminder that sometimes it’s best to enjoy the moment and put your troubles on hold. “What would you give to have somebody tell you in the moments when you can’t get out of your rut, ‘Hey, man, you have a choice here?’” he told People. “‘You can hang on to what’s bringing you down, or you can look around and see this gorgeous day you’re wasting.’”
“Save It For A Rainy Day” was written by Andrew Dorff, with Old Dominion’s Matt Ramsey and Brad Tursi. It’s the fourth single from The Big Revival, following “American Kids,” “‘Til It’s Gone,” and “Wild Child.”