You may remember Kalsey Kulyk from her previous video "More Time" which was released last March. The Canadian artist has been performing music her entire life and has worked with some of Country music's best songwriters including Liz Rose (Taylor Swift’s “You Belong With Me,” Carrie Underwood’s “Cry Pretty”) and Phil Barton (Lee Brice’s “Woman Like You,” Eli Young Band’s “Skin and Bones.”) Her latest single, "Bad Liar," was written with Lainey Wilson, one of CMT’s Next Women of Country. “We wrote it at her house just outside Nashville. She had a cool groove and threw out the idea of ’Good Liar,'” Kulyk said in an interview with CMT.com for the video's premiere. “I didn’t really relate to being a good liar, so we changed good to bad. And then we let both of our sarcastic personalities lead the song.” The video is about "faking your way through a bad break up" and Kalsey is shown grieving over her fictitious ex-boyfriend as he is pictured with another woman. At the end of the video, the ex-boyfriend leaves the other girl to ask for Kalsey back – she swerves him and walks out.