Jake Hoot shared the music video for his “I Would’ve Loved You” duet featuring Kelly Clarkson in early February. Now, the country singer is taking fans behind-the-scenes for a look at how the video came together.
Filmed at Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles, CA, the just-released black and white behind-the-scenes clip, you can see some things that went into filming the video including some laughs, the filming process and even some quick last minute dress alterations for Clarkson.
Taylor Ballantyne directed the music video and Jack Schurman was the video’s Cinematographer. Watch the BTS video below.
From backstage, side stage to front of house, the “I Would’ve Loved You” music video finds Hoot and Clarkson wandering around the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles, CA and brings the heartstring pulling story to life in an elegant setting with a flawless visual that is perfect for the track, while putting both of their powerhouse vocals on full display center stage.
“I can honestly say that when we went out to shoot the music video for ‘I Would’ve Loved You,’ everything, and I mean EVERYTHING, went so perfect!” Hoot previously shared about the video shoot. “From the venue, Jack Schurman and the camera crew, to working with Kelly Clarkson and her team, Taylor Ballantyne making magic, and all of us being in the same place for a lot of hours, I couldn’t have asked for a better experience! I really believe that y’all will see how much we enjoyed making this video, and that it’ll show through our performances!”
“I Would’ve Loved You” was co-written by Hoot alongside Dean Sams (Lonestar) and Jamie Floyd. Once he wrote the song, he immediately knew that Clarkson would be the perfect pairing for the collaboration. You can read the full story on how the song came to be HERE.
The track appears as the lead single from Hoot’s just-released his EP, Love Out Of Time, which is available now, HERE.