Austin-based country singer Kyle Park reflects back on a long and loving relationship during his 'Long Distance Relationship' video, premiering exclusively on Taste of Country.

The video begins with the husband -- the main male character -- standing solemnly at a gravestone. As he pauses in the cemetery, fans hear his thoughts. "It's been two years now. There hasn't been a day that I haven't thought about you," he thinks.

As time progresses, viewers realize he's talking to his wife. He walks into the house, a bit stooped with age, and memories flood his mind's eye as he passes different areas of his home; he sees his wife as they moved into the home, unpacking their boxes. Then, he sees her falling asleep while studying, and recalls saying goodbye to her as he leaves for war. Interestingly, the actor plays both the 'old' husband and the 'young' husband, using makeup and acting skills to portray his older self.

Fans will be mesmerized by this emotional storyline as the husband and wife navigate their sometimes long-distance relationship, and it's truly a story of 'til death do us part. The video brings beautiful imagery to the lyrics:

"It's gonna be a long distance relationship / As long as I keep livin' like this / You're gonna be alone / More than I get to be home."

Throughout the music video, Park is shown strumming his guitar, crooning the emotionally-laden lyrics. 'Long Distance Relationship' is the fourth single from Park's fourth album, 'Beggin' For More,' which he produced himself.

Park has seen success with this most recent record, earning his first No. 1 single with 'The Night Is Young,' which topped Texas radio charts. He's shared the stage with country singers Gary Allan, Jack Ingram, and the Eli Young Band.