Cole Swindell's current Top 15 single, "Love You Too Late," got a hot music video treatment complete with fast cars and revved-up vocals.

The "Love You Too Late" music video premiered on CMT via a billboard in Times Square in New York City. The single comes off of Swindell's No. 1-selling album, All of It.

"Love You Too Late" was written with Swindell's frequent collaborators Michael Carter and Brandon Kinney. “The three of us were writing together before I ever even got in the room with other songwriters," Swindell told CMT. "Those are the two guys I’ve always leaned on. Those drinking songs? Those party anthems? That’s been our niche. And this sounds nothing like that, but it is one of my favorites.”

The Sam Siske-directed music video portrays a girl getting away from Swindell as fast as she can, while Swindell performs the song on a road and in an abandoned tunnel. Once Swindell thinks he sees her walking toward him, he reaches out, then realizes that he's merely gripping a cloud of smoke.

Actress and stuntwoman Kachina Dechert plays Swindell's love interest in the video. Dechert showed off some of her stunt skills while driving toward Swindell and just narrowly missing him.

Swindell has currently been releasing a song a month as part of his Down Home Sessions V EP, which is an album tradition he has done for the past five years since signing with his record label, Warner Music Nashville.

Swindell is currently supporting Luke Bryan on his Sunset Repeat Tour along with support from Jon Langston and DJ Rock. This fall Swindell will join Bryan for his Farm Tour with Mitchell Tenpenny, DJ Rock, and the Peach Pickers.