Chase Rice has released the music video for his latest single, 'Gonna Wanna Tonight.'

The singer is showing his softer side in the video, which was directed by Jeff Venable and features shots of Rice hanging out with a lovely brunette at a cabin in the woods -- playing cards, building a bonfire and, of course, playing his guitar.

Despite the softer subject matter, the song's lyrics -- penned by Shane McAnally, Jon Nite and Jimmy Robbins -- are still relatively representative of the current "bro-country" trend ... but Rice says he doesn't have a problem with that.

“People talk about how they’re tired of hearing, get a girl in your truck, drive her around, take her down the dirt road, however you word it,” Rice says. "I brush that off real quick. Trust me, these people I’m seeing at these shows are doing that. And they’re doing that because that’s their life. I’m singing about it because that was my life before I was touring all the time.”

'Gonna Wanna Tonight' is the second release off of Rice's album 'Ignite the Night,' which is available for download via Amazon and iTunes.

Rice wrapped up a three-month tour at the end of last year and is set to join Kenny Chesney‘s Big Revival Tour as an opening act, along with Brantley GilbertJake Owen and Cole Swindell.

Watch Chase Rice Perform 'Ready Set Roll'