The Olson Bros Release Music Video, Kiss Me Slow

The Olson Bros Release Music Video, Kiss Me Slow

by Kaitlynn Hensch

     Things are heating up with The Olson Bros, if you haven’t had a chance to hear their newest song Kiss Me Slow, you are missing out! The Olson Bros sat down and talked with The Country Source right before releasing their newest music video!

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     Kiss Me Slow paints a perfect picture of any fairytale love story, well if not your fairytale it is definitely mine! The Kiss Me Slow music video was filmed in Nashville, TN with the iconic batman building in the background, also known as the AT&T building. It shares the highs and lows everyone goes through in a relationship and when everything may be tumbling down, a kiss may be all you need to make everything better.

     With lyrics like: / we could be downright broke / livin’ on the edge and losin’ hope / but you make it all better, yeah honey you know / you just gotta kiss me slow /

Kiss me slow was inspired by young love and that feeling that when you have that person in your life, you can get through anything and you don’t need much else to be happy,” said Luke Olson.

This duet has songwriter, Luke Olson and features Kaylee Rose Madsen in the music video as they both sing to each other on a Nashville rooftop. I think it may be safe to assume, love is in the air between those two!


     Luke and Isaac Olson started writing music and playing the guitar together in 2011. The Olson Bros were introduced at The Grand Ole Opry in 2013 with their hit song, Sunrise. These two brothers have also collaborated with songwriter, Brandon Kinney who has wrote songs for Randy Houser, Craig Campbell and Cole Swindell. The Olson Bros consist of four band members, Luke and Isaac Olson singing and playing guitar, Milo Mullins on the bass guitar and Seth Bowman on the drums.

     Check out their songs on iTunes and look for their album, Let The Jack Drop. The majority of their performances are played in the Pacific Northwest but they also make their way to Nashville and perform. The summer is just beginning and these guys already have 60 shows lined up so make sure to grab tickets when you are in their area!