[Watch] Dylan Scott Releases Music Video for Single “Nothing To Do Town”

Just over a month ago, chart-topper, Dylan Scott released his new single, “Nothing To Do Town” to fans across all digital platforms. The track will be sent to country radio in the new year and is most likely our first taste of the singer-songwriter’s upcoming sophomore album. Scott continues his momentum, as he dropped the official music video for the jam just yesterday.

Rocking his signature ball-cap and swagger, Scott plays the lead in the music video, as he engages in different activities throughout the small town. Viewers get to see the simplistic happiness on the singer’s face, as he greets each and every person he encounters rides a four-wheeler, and has a party outside, complete with a fire and good people. The setting mirrors where Scott grew up, and the feeling of going back home again, after experiences big-city living. “Nothing To Do Town” is the rising country star’s lyrical take on how he grew up in a small town in his home state of Louisiana. The song focuses on the joys of living in a small town, including all the fun things to do and the refreshing vibe. Check out the music video below.

Looking ahead to the new year, Scott has a lot in store for fans and the music industry. In February, the singer will take part in the 2019 Country Radio Seminar in Nashville, as one of the ‘New Faces’ in country music. Don’t forget to check out New York Country Swag’s coverage of the event.  For New Yorkers, Scott takes his headlining ‘Nothing To Do Town Tour’ to the Gramercy Theater on January 17th, accompanied by Seth Ennis. Find tickets for the show here and head to dylanscottcountry.com for a full list of tour dates.

 

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