The visual was directed by Tim Mattia.
Sam Hunt has released his new song ’23,” a warm reflection on a past relationship written with Shane McAnally, Josh Osborne, and Chris LaCorte.
The MCA Nashville release climbs 2-1 in its 32nd week on the chart.
The song marks the latest single off the country artist’s sophomore LP, ‘Southside.’
It's also Hunt's second consecutive chart champion, after 'Kinfolks' led the way in February.
The original single version of the track samples from Webb Pierce's 1953 country staple 'There Stands The Glass.'
Denning co-wrote all but one track on the EP, which is produced by Jeremy Stover.
The country singer and songwriter from Nashville has become famous and acclaimed for blending country and the sounds of other genres.
Billboard has described the song as a “guitar-heavy arena-rocker celebrating the underdog.”
The track is part of Hunt's domination of Billboard's country sales and airplay charts.
The singer-songwriter will also be appearing tonight, 13 April on CBS’ Late Night with Stephen Colbert performing his latest Top 15 hit ‘Hard To Forget’.
The track follows Hunt's previous single 'Kinfolks,' which recently completed its climb to the top of the country airplay chart.
The full-length show at the Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas will have a series of surprise guests.
The single juxtaposes Hunt's modern, hip-hop-influenced sound with Webb Pierce's 1953 country staple 'There Stands The Glass.'
The new album will include Hunt's current airplay smash 'Kinfolks' and is the sequel to his 2014 debut 'Montevallo.'