Thomas Rhett Goes 'Say Anything' For 'Crash and Burn' Video

(Radio.com) Thomas Rhett tries everything to win back his girl in his retro new music video for "Crash and Burn." After a heated argument in his classic red convertible, his girl quickly exits his smooth ride.

"It has been two hours of the same conversation!" she yells. "I'm over it. I'm done. Bye." But it's not over for Rhett. He attempts to win his lady back with a boombox serenade taken straight out of the Cameron Crowe's 1989 film Say Anything.

It's a move that surely will win back his love, right? Well, not exactly. In the midst of the rain falling down above him, his girl is unimpressed by his sweet gesture and instead throws all of his belongings out the window. Rhett isn't done trying to win her back quite yet, though. He follows her to her favorite local hangout only to get ignored once again.

The video for "Crash and Burn" was directed by TK McKamy and shot in downtown Nashville. 'It was cool to shoot this video at some of my old stomping grounds from college," Rhett said in a press release. "I think any guy can relate to the scenes in this video…we've all been in this guy's shoes trying to do whatever it takes to win back a girl!" Check out the video here.

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