Luke Combs' "Beer Never Broke My Heart" video dropped on Wednesday (May 8), and it's classic Combs — no fuss, no muss and country all the way.

The video for the lead single off his much-anticipated forthcoming sophomore album brings all those who have battled break-ups and bad bosses together to celebrate the one thing that'll never break your heart: beer.

The clip begins with Combs on stage in a tiny bar, saying, "Thanks to everybody for coming out tonight." As the punchy rock guitar riff begins, we start seeing clips of customers complaining about a long list of woes; one guy lost a big fish he was trying to land, while another patron in a suit may have been fired.

We catch a glimpse of a downtrodden man who's lost his dog, and also see a guy being rejected after proposing. But just like the song itself, the video lifts you back up by showing everyone coming together, forgetting their troubles and flirting with some pretty girls.

The simplicity of the video is what makes it so charming, and it'll have you smiling by the end. A light-hearted and carefree tone makes you remember that no matter what, a cold one will never let you down.

Combs is currently on the road on his Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour, which launched in January. The trek features Lanco and Jameson Rodgers as his opening acts. Combs recently extended the tour all the way through Dec. 13, when it will wrap in Nashville. Rodgers, Ray Fulcher, Morgan Wallen and the Cadillac Three will accompany Combs on various dates of the tour.

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