Keith Urban Keeps Things Groovy – And Trippy – In ‘A Little Bit Of Everything’ Video
Keith Urban revealed his new music video today for his single “A Little Bit of Everything.”
Like the song, the video is quirky and good-natured, built around an easygoing groove that’s hard to dislike. Visually, it kicks off in a modest place, showing just Urban and his guitar in a hammock outside under the trees and sky.
Quickly, though, things start turning a little odd. The sky turns out to be fake, the outside turns out to be inside, and the house he’s in turns out to be situated on the 50-yard line of a football field. It’s like he’s inside some tripped-out, country-backroads take on The Truman Show (or maybe a less menacing version of M. Night Shyamalan’s The Village).
It gets weirder, too. As Urban sings “I don’t need too much of nothing,” he climbs onto a riding mower and begins cutting the grass of his football-field ‘yard.’ He then walks outside the stadium, passing through a tunnel out into rural setting where a black ’70s-era Grand Prix awaits. Soon he’s cruising a red-dirt road under an orange sky.