Morgan Wallen Drops Baseball-Themed ‘Seven Summers’ Music Video Trailer

by Halle Ames
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Country music star Morgan Wallen posted a teaser to his music video “Seven Summers” on his Instagram yesterday.

Morgan Wallen has finally given us a glimpse at the music video for “Seven Summers,” which he released in mid-August. The video is not what many expected, with it having a baseball-themed more than a nostalgic young love vibe. Wallen’s more than 1.6 million followers were so excited about the release.

Morgan Wallen in Seven Summers

The video starts with a dramatic slow-motion video of Wallen throwing a baseball in the rain while saying, “I feel like I’m living in a dream. I just don’t know whose it is.” The intro music for “Seven Summers” starts playing softly in the background.

The video cuts to his father yelling at him. “This game is your future, Morgan.”

Next, we see Wallen in a blue Eagles jersey while on the mound for a baseball game. A girl watched on from the stands.

“Maybe I don’t want what you had. Maybe I want what you didn’t,” Wallen says.

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Next, we see Wallen and the blonde girl sitting in the tall grass next to a river at sunset. She looks at him and says, “I don’t care what he wants. What do you want?”

“I don’t really know for sure. I think it looks a lot like this,” Wallen responds while throwing a letter on a table. One can only assume it was an opportunity to play baseball at a higher level.

The video cuts back to the couple sitting in the grass with a baseball bat in Wallen’s hands and a cooler beside them. The lyrics start as the clip shows Wallen’s baseball team standing together on the field with their hats over their hearts, as if the National Anthem was playing.

We are curious to see how the rest of the video plays out, but we are just going to have to wait until Monday to find out.

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