Luke Bryan shares his faith in humanity in 'Most People Are Good' video
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Luke Bryan is here with a heartwarming message in these trying times: He believes most people are good.
In the exclusive first look at the video for his new song "Most People Are Good," the American Idol judge expounds on this uplifting philosophy. Dressed in a chambray shirt and jeans, the country star sings that "He believes most mommas ought to qualify for sainthood" and that "Friday nights look best under neon or stadium lights," while surrounded by smiling people from all different backgrounds and cultures.
While denim-clad siblings hug, parents cuddle their kids, and troops and firefighters pop up, Bryan sings about believing we shouldn't be ashamed of the people we love and that "this world ain't half as bad as it looks."
Check out EW's exclusive first look at the video above. "Most People Are Good," written by David Frazier, Ed Hill, and Josh Kear, is the second single off Bryan's sixth studio album, What Makes You Country, which was released in December 2017.
American Idol airs Sundays and Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.