If there's any shadow of a doubt that Texas country road warriors Randy Rogers Band are in love with their home state, the group's newest music video is sure to clear up any misconceptions. The band's recently released "San Antone" video is a love letter of sorts to one of the RRB's favorite Texas cities.

"San Antone" is the latest single from the Randy Rogers Band's newest album, Nothing Shines Like Neon, which was released in January. The clip features shots of San Antonio's most iconic landmarks, such as the Alamo and the River Walk, cut with scenes of the band roaming around Washington, DC, and some performance footage.

"This video reflects our personality as a band and the city's importance to us,” Rogers says in a press release. "We stopped at some of our favorite spots in town. Some of our best nights have been spent in San Antonio. Viva San Antone!”

Despite the RRB's place as one of Texas' most prominent homegrown bands, the group's leader says that "San Antone" is their first real ode to Texas.

“There’s these great classic country songs about Texas, and we’ve never really had one,” Rogers told the Wall Street Journal in January. “I feel very comfortable having this be my salute-to-Texas anthem.”

Fans will have have a chance to hear the Randy Rogers Band perform "San Antone" out on the road this summer: They're touring across the country, including stops in Louisiana, Arkansas, Kansas and, of course, Texas. A complete list of dates is available on the band's website.