The Brothers Osborne have released a music video for their newest single, "21 Summer," exploring young love -- and young heartbreak.

TJ and John Osborne joined forces with director Justin Clough for the "21 Summer" video. As the clip begins, a young man walking along the train tracks is offered a ride by a woman driving by. As the clip continues, the guy takes a job at a local bar -- the same one in which the Osbornes are playing -- and although he is falling for the girl, it becomes clear that she has a darker past -- and present. Readers can press play on the video above to watch the saga unfold.

"21 Summer" comes from Brothers Osborne's debut album, Pawn Shop, which was released in January.

""21 Summer" is one of those songs that a lot of people can relate to,” says TJ Osborne in a press release. “There are moments where so many things change in your life, and I think one of the biggest is getting your heart broken for the first time.”

Adds John Osborne, "The concept of the video is just one of a million stories. Everyone’s "21 Summer" is going to be a little different, but with this video, we wanted to do something distinctive by taking a very particular story and applying it to the song’s lyrics.”

The entire Pawn Shop album, including "21 Summer" and Brothers Osborne's first No. 1 song“Stay a Little Longer,” is available for purchase on iTunes. More information about the sibling due can be found on their website.