Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Big Loud newcomer Sean Stemaly takes a flirty turn in the official music video for his lovestruck modern western, “Last Night All Day,” available everywhere now and exclusively premiering yesterday on Taste of Country.

Directed by Justin Clough and shot in Nashville, the clip takes viewers on a deep dive into alternate reality, where Stemaly stars as a tech consultant daydreaming about what could’ve been with a damsel in (electronic) distress. 

“I always look forward to making music videos,” Stemaly shared with Taste of Country. “I’m still new to it, so I just embrace that and have fun. I’m pumped to put this one out because it shows a different take on the story behind the song, something I didn’t expect when we recorded it. ‘Last Night All Day’ is so special to me because it sounds different from anything else I’ve done – which is also what I love about it. You can listen to it in the truck and on the dance floor, it’s one of those songs to crank up loud and have a good time to. I want to thank Justin Clough and his team for killing it on this shoot, my team at Big Loud for always being top notch, and most of all thank the fans that have been listening. This one’s for y’all."




After wrapping a run of shows supporting label mate HARDY, Stemaly will take his high-impact live show to tour dates nationwide in 2020, including a stop at Tortuga’s Next From Nashville stage this spring. Hailed by Taste of Country for his “pop and rock-influenced brand of contemporary country music” building “a sound all his own” with already-released “Last Night All Day” and “Back On A Backroad,” Stemaly is in the studio now with producer Joey Moi working on his debut project.





Sean Stemaly was born in Western Kentucky and raised in the river-bottom fields of Southern Indiana, a hard-worker whose Country music comes straight from the only life he knows. Stemaly taught himself to sing over endless days in the cab of a Case IH 9370 tractor, planting the seeds of stardom to the sound of icons like Brooks & Dunn, George Strait, Alan Jackson and Jason Aldean. Now based in Nashville and signed to Big Loud Records, the 25-year-old diesel wrenching, heavy-equipment operating talent infuses modern Country with youthful, salt-of-the-earth swagger and rocked up heartland soul – a sound that’s both fresh and based in timeless traditions. He’s penned over 100 songs in Music City’s vibrant collaborative scene – including the clever cross-Country romance of “Georgia” – and is currently working on his debut studio recordings with superstar producer Joey Moi (Morgan Wallen). Stemaly has already hit the road with artists like Riley Green, HARDY, LANCO, Chris Lane and Morgan Wallen, among others, and his story is only just beginning to grow.