A Thousand Horses have released a music video for "(This Ain't No) Drunk Dial," the follow-up to their debut single "Smoke."

In the new song, ATH lead singer Michael Hobby is looking for a second chance in a relationship gone wrong. The band filmed the new video just a few blocks from Nashville's famous Broadway honky-tonks.

"It's the Mason Lodge on 7th and Broadway," guitarist Zach Brown tells Rolling Stone Country. "It's an old, weird building."

The video was directed by Peter Zavadil and features the band members shrouded in mystery. Wearing mostly back and keeping their sunglasses on, the quartet works to defend themselves against some unknown -- but apparently serious -- charges. As the committee in front of them gets angrier, the guys continue to plead their case, singing the track into the microphones in front of them.

As the group has risen in popularity (they're currently on the road with Darius Rucker), their show has become more high energy, but they've tried to maintain their genuine nature while on stage.

"The stuff that lasts to me is the stuff that's real, no matter what it is," Brown says. "People can tell when something is real or contrived, and we're just doing our thing. It's cool that people are recognizing that."

The band's recently released album, Southernalitywhich features "(This Ain't No) Drunk Dial" and "Smoke," is available for download on iTunes and Amazon.

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