Big & Rich's "California" music video is a sun-fueled road trip as the actress in the clip heads west to the Golden State.

The country duo are shown jamming to the song on guitars as the brick walls behind them act as a projector, where the track's love interest is shown hitting the pavement, headed for California. Throughout the three-minute clip, the open road is shown with highway signs as Big & Rich sing of how their girl is leaving them for beaches, sunsets and warmer weather.

"Well she might still be lying here with me but in her heart she's already gone," Big & Rich sing. "She's in love with California and that West Coast sunshine dream / This ain't no Hollywood and these hills ain't Beverly."

"California" is the lead single off their upcoming studio album, Did It for the Party. If the song sounds familiar, you've likely heard it before — "California" is a remake of Tim McGraw’s “California” which Big & Rich appeared on. The song was featured on McGraw's 2015 Damn Country Music album.

As the duo put the finishing touches on their upcoming release, they're also keeping busy on the road. Big & Rich's current headlining tour, the 2017 Did It for the Party Tour, runs through October.

"California" will appear on Big & Rich's upcoming project, Did It for the Party, which is the follow-up to the duo’s 2014 album, Gravity. The record included the gold-certified “Look at You,” “Run Away With You” and “Lovin’ Lately,” a duet with McGraw.

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