Directed by Roman White, the new music video was shot last fall outside of Saint Augustine, Fla., and showcases Easton in a “theatrical movie trailer.”
In an on-set comment during the video's filming, Corbin said, "Basically, the kind of concept of that video is that I'm in a convenience store, and it gets robbed. I get taken hostage, but honestly, it really doesn't end up that bad," he added, smiling. "It's pretty good."
The CMA-nominated Corbin's fresh music clip is in honor of the title track and second single from his new 11-song album that was released in September 2012. Penned by Ashley Gorley, Wade Kirby and Carson Chamberlain, "All Over The Road" also is the follow-up single to the top-five "Lovin' You Is Fun" track.
Beyond the new video's release, Corbin will be “all over the road” this summer as he joins Blake Shelton on the Ten Times Crazier Tour that begins July 19 and runs through fall 2013.
Video bonus: To eye the new music video for "All Over the Road," please access the clip embedded with this post.