Cole Swindell's black-and-white "No One Rocks Mine" music video shows the longing the 36-year-old has while being far away from his love, replaying the perfect memories they shared together.

"No One Rocks Mine" was written by Michael Carter and Brandon Kinney. The song tells the story of the struggle Swindell faces of missing his significant other while having to leave her to go back on the road to tour.

"I wrote this song seven years ago with some buddies about leaving the ones we love for the road," the "All of It" singer tweeted. "Being on the road comes with challenges, but it’s worth it."

This marks the fifth and final song off of his Down Home Sessions V EP. Since being signed to Warner Music Nashville, Swindell has released a Down Home Sessions EP annually.

"This has been a fun way to release new songs to my fans and at the same time thank them for these last five years," Swindell says in a press release. "My Down Home Session EPs have always been targeted directly at my fans as a way to thank them for all they do for making my career what it is today. Five years has flown by but I’m ready to keep this rolling for the next five!"

"No One Rocks Mine" follows the release of "Drinkin’ Hours," "All Nighter," "Down to Earth" and "Right Where I Left It." It's the final track and music video off of his Down Home Sessions V EP.

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