Brett Eldredge has released his new song "Love Someone" via a special performance video. Readers can press play above to watch the clip, which finds Eldredge and his band performing in a sprawling airplane hangar.

Eldredge's "Love Someone" video plays out like a private concert for viewers -- a turn from his introspective "Castaway" clip and his goofy, fun-loving "Somethin' I'm Good At" video. The laid-back tune pays homage to the warm and fuzzy feelings of love: “When I wake up in the middle of the night / You holding me so tight / Good Lord, I mean, my oh my / Sure feels good to love someone," Eldredge sings.

"You put the cool in the breeze / You put the weak there in my knees / You put me right where I'm supposed to be / In your blue-eyed sea," the lyrics of "Love Someone" say. In the chorus, they continue, "You laugh at the way I dance / You smile when you hold my hand / I look at you and I understand / It sure feels good to love someone.”

The song, Eldredge says, is "about the simplicity of love."

“You know, love is actually, when it comes down to it, a very simple thing," he adds. "This is one of those first-listen kind of songs that just makes you smile, makes you feel good, makes you want love if you don’t have it and makes you happy to be in love if you are.”

"Love Someone" is the first track on Eldredge's upcoming self-titled album, which is his third studio project. The disc is set for release on Aug. 4.

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