Alabama native Aaron Parker recently released his first music video, "I'd Go Right Now," and he brings a strong sense of nostalgia to the nearly four-minute clip. Parker reminisces of young love and Friday night football while the two actors in the video portray that high school romance.

At the video's start, a teenage girl is shown sneaking out of her house to meet her boyfriend as Parker sings of late night dips in the lake and the first moments of falling in love. "If I could rewind without a doubt / Baby I'd go right now," he sings earnestly.

The video for "I'd Go Right Now" was directed by Josh Carter, and Parker shared his appreciation for his input in the concept.

"Josh and I had never worked together prior to this project, but I’m stoked we met," the singer says in a press release. "I’m a film, lighting and angle nerd, so I had a good idea about what I wanted the video to look like, but zero idea on how to make it happen. Josh was quintessential and stepped in like the young pro he is; he took my ideas and raised the bar on them ten notches. I hope y’all love it, I think it tells the story of 'I’d Go Right Now' in the best way."

Parker's EP is currently available for streaming on SoundCloud.

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