Lady Antebellum’s Just A Kiss video, the first single off their third album, Own The Night, was directed by Shaun Silva. Written by Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott, Dave Haywood, and Dallas Davidson, Just A Kiss follows the romantic journey of a young couple. The Just A Kiss video was filmed at several locations around the globe, including Lebanon, Tennessee.
“The day we wrote this song was one of those days that renewed my faith in the bond the three of us have as songwriters,” Charles Kelley told The Boot. “It came so easily, and it reminded me of the early days when we first started out, and we’d spend hours in my brother Josh [Kelley]‘s house writing songs. Everyone keeps asking if we feel pressure after the success of ‘Need You Now,’ and we are trying to not even think about the new album or these songs in those terms. We are just writing about what we are going through in our lives, and we hope that country music fans continue to connect with them.”
“It was at an old rail station, but in order to shoot, we had to get on a train and physically ride so they could get things in the background,” Dave Haywood told CMT. “So we would ride on a train from Lebanon to Watertown (Tenn.) and back. We would shoot individually for 30 minutes, and they’d turn the train back around, we’d sit on the other side of the booth and shoot it again. I thought it was kind of a cool way to shoot.”
Hillary Scott adds, “There’s something to just the whole train car. It’s very romantic. They’re starting a relationship … passing each other in the train station and catching eye contact. I mean, it’s just very romantic. … Being the girl in the group, I’ve seen so many movies where the guy’s running after the train and she’s leaning out. It just sets that mood.”