The Chance Anderson Band's music video for "Two Red Lights," premiering exclusively on The Boot, is a look at life on the road for the Empire, Okla., native and his band.

In short, the clip captures the singer and his band traveling from town to town, bar to bar, venue to venue, while paying homage to the places they've been.

As the video plays, Anderson writes in a journal of sorts, and the words are scrawled across the video's screen -- some of them are lyrics to the song, while others are memories of the tour's stops. From "Dallas, Texas, I'm here to win / Whatever it takes" to "Three months into tour. I'm exhausted!" Anderson shows fans, through his own writing and visuals, a true glimpse at life in a country band.

It's not all fun and games -- road life involves grit, sweat and a whole lot of elbow grease -- but touring also includes drinking beer, lots of performances and time in the studio. The video also funnily includes Anderson getting a haircut -- but it's not just any haircut; it's kind of a full makeover. His beard is shaved, too, giving him a completely different (and younger) appearance.

From start to finish, the "Two Red Lights" music video shows the Chance Anderson Band doing what they love: making and playing music.

CAB have opened for artists like Dierks Bentley, the Eli Young Band, Wade Bowen, Colt Ford and others. "Two Red Lights" is off the Chance Anderson Band's EP, That Kind of Life, which is set for release on May 19. The five-track record is available for pre-order on iTunes.