This Brett James and Jim Collins penned song was the first cut that Cordin recorded for his third album. He originally came across the tune whilst listening to demos at his management office in Nashville. "I was like, 'Man, that song really feels good,'" he told USA Today. "So I took it and kept listening to it, and I felt like every time I listened it got better and more contagious."
The track finds Corbin turning on the charm after the party stops. "When I first heard it – it was one of those songs that I kept listening to it, and I kept on wanting to listen to it," he said. "I love great melodies, and I think this song has such a contagious melody that it does make you want to hear it over and over again. I feel like there's such a thing as a melodic hook, and I think this song really has that."
"And also on top of that, it's such a positive song," Corbin added, "and I feel like any girl would probably want to feel like that, for sure."
The Shaun Silva directed music video was shot at Pinewood Social, a hip social club near downtown Nashville. Featuring Easton as the narrator, the clip shows a bartender strike up a romance with a young woman after-hours.