In Darius Rucker's brand new music video for 'Homegrown Honey,' there are two main points of attraction: a gorgeous and very flirtatious woman, and the country star jamming with his band. Both are downright irresistible.

At the beginning of the video, a gorgeous woman -- all legs and perfect hair -- shows up at the bar. She also shows all the guys there who's who, tipping back whiskey without even a wince. She's flirtatious and coy, and every male in the bar -- as well as all the viewers -- won't be able to take their eyes off her.

Throughout the 'Homegrown Honey' video, Rucker is shown relaxed and in black-and-white jamming away with his band, while other scenes are shot in full color. The concert scenes in the video were filmed at Rucker's show at Coastal Carolina University, while the New York bar scenes took place in downtown Conway in South Carolina.

Eventually, the gorgeous girl who is "Sitting in a bar in New York City / everyone here looking New York pretty" meets up with the singer, and she dances onstage with him as they sing 'Homegrown Honey.'

The song, which is the first single from Rucker's fourth solo country album, was written by Darius, Charles Kelley from Lady Antebellum and Nathan Chapman. "It's got hooks galore, and it's catchy," Rucker tells Rolling Stone Country. "It’s a little different for me. It's not one of those family songs -- it's really a country party song."

In addition to a new album to be released in 2015, Rucker is focusing his energy on his first holiday LP, 'Home for the Holidays.' It streets Oct. 27 and includes a duet with Sheryl Crow.

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