Country's newest batch of music videos goes behind the scenes of an on-camera love story, highlights the beauty of the natural world, meditates on the love between a father and son and more. Read on to watch all the latest clips from your favorite artists! 

Little Big Town, "Over Drinking":

Little Big Town tapped actress Michelle Monoghan (of Mission Impossible, True Detective and more) for a role in the music video for their latest single, "Over Drinking." The '70s-inspired video captures the rhinestone cowboy honkytonk scene, as a hard-working young woman leaves behind the grind of her oppressive boss and lover for a more liberating ride. Filled with glamor and glitz, the story highlights the ugly truth of sexual harassment behind the scenes and the power of a woman's fight for freedom. -- LS

The Milk Carton Kids, "The Only Ones":

The Milk Carton Kids set their gentle harmonies and sweeping lyrics to a stage of serene natural beauty in the music video for "The Only Ones," their latest single. A dusky hilltop venue at Debs Lake in Los Angeles accompanies the acoustic refrain as the soulful duo of Kenneth Pattengale and Joey Ryan deliver the sweet sound for which they are known.

The single comes from the Milk Carton Kids' new record, also called The Only Ones. That project sees the duo getting back to their roots, stripping down their instrumental and production choices down to the musical essentials.

Adam Doleac, "Famous":

The Bachelor's real-life couple Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph star in the music video for Adam Doleac's new single "Famous." The reality show stars felt like the romantic story in the video played parallel to their own experience, according to a press release.

Doleac's swoonworthy lyrics provide a flirty soundtrack to the budding romance between a celebrity and the girl behind the scenes who catches his eye. Set against a simple backdrop and paying a nod to the buzzing activity that accompanies love in the spotlight, the clip still manages to provide an intimate look behind the scenes.

Ron Pope, "Wait and See":

The poignant lyrics of Ron Pope's "Wait and See" are set to the heartbreaking backdrop of a young boy missing his father at home. Meanwhile, the singer packs up his guitar and makes his way back to his child.

“When I became a father, I spent a lot of time fixating on the things I don’t know and what I wasn’t taught,” Pope says in a press release, adding that he was intent on changing the story for his own kids. “What can I do better than the people who raised me and what should I borrow from them?” This video captures that learning curve.