Walker McGuire, comprised of Jordan Walker and Johnny McGuire, are premiering the music video for their song "Til Tomorrow" exclusively on The Boot. The duo's new single debuted on March 22, and now, The Boot's readers can see the music video first.

The "Til Tomorrow" video flips between shots of Walker McGuire performing the song and clips of a guy who's getting a whiskey fix to ease the pain of a broken relationship. Flashbacks to his time with his former girlfriend are shown throughout -- a stark contrast to watching the guy stumbling around drunk and unhappy, and trying anything to numb the memories.

"Baby, tonight, I'm alright / I finally got you off my mind / I'm not here fighting back tears / I'm having the time of my life / Hell, I may just stay out all damn night," Walker McGuire sing in the chorus. "You think I'm drowning in my sorrows / But I swear I'll never love you again / Til tomorrow."

Walker, McGuire, Brian Carper and Trey Matthews co-wrote "Til Tomorrow."

“The song is about the feeling you get when you go out and try to drink to forget,” McGuire explains. “But remember, whiskey is just a temporary fix!"

"Til Tomorrow" was produced by Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum-selling producer Mickey Jack Cones (Dustin Lynch, Joe Nichols and Trace Adkins).

“The first time I heard them, I jumped in with both feet!" Cones says of Walker McGuire in a press release. "They are the real deal."

Walker McGuire currently have tour dates scheduled through July.

“There is nothing more important to us than connecting with the fans because they are driving this train!” McGuire says. “The crowds are growing, and they sing our songs along with us. There is no better feeling as a singer-songwriter than to hear fans singing something you penned.”

Fans can purchase "Til Tomorrow" on iTunes. For upcoming tour dates, visit the band's website.

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