Tim McGraw gets trippy in more ways than one in his video for his video for “Lookin’ For That Girl.” He’s got a green screen and he is not afraid to use it.

Not every video has to be major endeavor, but the cliff or “Lookin’ For That Girl” looks like McGraw said,  “You’ve got me for one afternoon, the rest is us to you… “ He is very busy after all, as I explain below.

So we get MGraw standing on a very darkly lit  set (come to think of it, it may not even be him… just kidding)  singing the song as psychedelic images appear behind him. Next we see him driving a convertible (but not a red rag top) as he looks for her. Again, green screen images accompany on his drive, so he probably just hopped into the car on s sound stage for that part.  Given how auto tuned his voice is on part of the lyrics, the artificiality of all could have been part of the grand design.

"Lookin' For That Girl," is the first single from McGraw's new album, which comes out later this year. In the meantime, he and wife, Faith Hill, are wrapping up their residency at the Venetian in Las Vegas in April. Additionally, McGraw will perform at the 2015 NCAA March Madness Music Festival on April 5 in Dallas. Then he heads to Las Vegas for April 6's Academy Of Country Music Awards, where he is the leading nominee with seven nods.

He's also prepping for his Sundown Heaven Town tour, which kicks off this summer and will visit more than 30 cities.