Dylan Scott returns to his hometown of Bastrop, La. for his latest video for new single "Nothing To Do Town." The Louisiana native enlists his friends and family for the three-minute clip, which shows what a typical day is like growing up in Bastrop.

Whether it's a day of duck hunting, off-roading or hanging out by a bonfire with friends, Scott's song comes to life in each setting. The singer's wife and 1-year-old son, Beckett Scott Robinson, even star in the clip.

"We got a little something, something we can throw on ice / Find us somewhere that we can drink it while the moon's up high / With your girl and your boys by the fire making noise / In a field on a Friday night / We got some George Strait songs that we turn up loud / Living it up til the sun comes back around / Who said there's nothing to do, who said there's nothing to do / Who said there's nothing to do in this nothing to do town," he sings on the song's chorus.

“Nothing To Do Town” will impact country radio beginning Jan. 14. The singer co-wrote the track with Cole Taylor and Matt Alderman. It's the follow-up to Scott's previous Top 5 hit, “Hooked,” which was the No. 7 most-played song on country radio in 2018. Scott’s debut chart topper, “My Girl,” was named the  No. 6 most-played country song of 2017.

Scott will continue to share new music with his fans next year as he embarks on his 2019 Nothing To Do Town Tour. The 19-date headlining trek includes special guest Seth Ennis.