The steamy clip, which centers on a lady and her man, also gives a glimpse at the country superstar performing his song with his longtime band.
Jason Aldean has debuted a proper music video to accompany his sultry new single "Burnin' It Down". The country superstar gave E! Online the greenlight to premiere the steamy clip which was shot in Nashville earlier this month by director Wes Edwards.
The first seconds of the video give a look at a lady getting naked as she relaxes in the bathtub. After putting on some clothes, she walks down the stairs and joins her man, who's sitting on a couch and playing his guitar, for "some cold Jack Daniels."
While things heat up between the couple, Aldean appears in another place to perform the song with his longtime band while being surrounded by the burning flames.
"Burnin' It Down" was co-penned by Aldean's tourmates, Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, along with Chris Tompkins and Rodney Clawson. The 37-year-old performer's collaborator Michael Knox produced the song that serves as the lead single off the star's forthcoming sixth studio album.
Still untitled, the follow-up to his 2012 chart-topper "Night Train" is currently still in the works and is expected to be released later this year via Capitol Nashville/Broken Bow Records.
Jason Aldean's "Burnin' It Down" music video