Joe Nichols 'Yeah' Video Takes Comic-Book Form
Now Nichols has released a music video for the song. Directed by Wes Edwards (who also directed Dierks Bentley's "Drunk on a Plane" video), it gives the already good-natured song a fun, upbeat treatment by having the boy-meets-girl story unfold in comic-book form.
The characters are introduced in single panels, with the dialogue in bubbles. Then the little narrative moves forward page-by-page, mixing live shots with animation.
Nichols appears intermittently, too, in front of a sign that spells out the name of the song. It's not exactly a subtle visual cue, but that's the point. It's a story told in comic-book form, after all.
"Yeah" is the second single from Nichols' album Crickets. "'Yeah' is one of the first songs I heard for this album," Nichols told Radio.com. "The first time I heard it, it felt like a hit. And not only that, but it felt like, 'I can sink my teeth into this, and do lots of things with this.'"
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