Wyatt Flores Releases Cinematic Music Video For Fan-Favorite “Milwaukee”

Wyatt Flores country music
Wyatt Flores

Wyatt Flores is one of the hottest artists in country music right now.

Just two weeks after the release of his latest album Half-Life, in which the Oklahoma native and red dirt torchbearer shares his perspectives on mental health and an array of other topics, Flores finds himself atop the country music industry as one of its latest, and youngest, juggernauts. The streaming numbers and sold out shows provide plenty of proof, but press play on any one of Flores’ songs in his growing catalog and it doesn’t take long to realize why the 22 year old’s music is so well received by listeners of all ages and backgrounds.

Of the eight songs included on Half-Life, though, one that has particularly seemed to strike a cord with his fanbase is “Milwaukee.” A heartfelt breakup song in which the narrator wears their emotions on their sleeve, “Milwaukee” was originally released as a single back in January, and with its catchy chorus and driving backbeat, it serves as yet another showcase of Flores’ diverse sonic capabilities and spectacular songwriting ability.

And now, to add an additional element to the track, Flores’ has released a cinematic masterpiece of a music video to aide in the listener’s visualization of the story in “Milwaukee,” and if you’re a fan of the song, you need to check this one out.

“You can hate my eyes for watching you leave
Hate my should have chased you down feet
For not trying to keep you wrapped in my arms
You can hate my hands for letting you go
Hate my lips for kissing yours cold
And hiding all my feelings in the dark
But please don’t hate my heart…”

This dude just can’t miss.

And while we’re at it, let’s go ahead and cue up Flores’ iconic cover of The Fray’s classic “How To Save a Life,” which can also be found on his latest record Half-Life.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock