Kip Moore (along with Brett James and Westin Davis) has the power to take one of the shortest country songs in years and make it one of the most meaningful. “I’m to Blame,” a song of admission and awareness, has resonated with country music fans since its release, and now, Kip has premiered an ironically long music video to accompany the single.
In the video, Kip and friends take wedding crashing to a whole new level, storming into a ceremony so Kip can object to the marriage and sweep the bride off her feet. While the groom proves immediately in the video to be less than kind, Kip is happy to blame himself for causing a “happily never after” ending for the couple.
Sporting a John Cougar Mellencamp muscle shirt and powder blue tux pants, Kip tears through the wedding venue, wreaking havoc and showing off his relentless wild side to onlookers. The video spotlights Kip’s rocker approach to country music, once again exemplifying that “you get exactly what you see” with this artist who is fully capable of embracing himself — flaws and all — and using that to create distinguished music.
Once again, through the release of his new music video, Kip Moore proves that you should always expect the unexpected with him and that he will continue to evolve as an all-around singer-songwriter-performer.
It seems rather apropos in this particular instance to pat Kip on the back for his unabashed individuality and holler a great big “let them eat cake!”