Kane Brown is a newcomer with a dedicated and passionate fanbase, which he shows off in his "Used to Love You Sober" video.

The video is a montage of footage from his life performing on the road, interacting with fans and free time off the bus, with intermittent shots of the 22-year-old soulfully singing the heartbreaking lyrics while passionately looking into the camera.

Fans get to see a glimpse of the early days of the rising star's career with this video. Despite the grieving lyrics, we get to see Brown's charming dimples from smiling so much through out the various scenes. The young singer seems to be enjoying his time in the spotlight.

A key part of the video comes toward the end, where an entire crowd is singing back the words to the Georgia-native's very first major-label single, even though he is still relatively new to the country-music scene.

"Used to Love You Sober" is a part of the five-track debut EP Brown released last Friday (March 18) titled Chapter 1Some of Nashville's top writers are featured on the project, including Josh Hoge, Chris Young and and Corey Crowder.

Country stars are showing their support for the budding star through social media, including Florida Georgia Line and Young, who both tweeted their congrats to the star on his freshman release.

Brown is currently in the middle of a headlining sold-out 35-date tour. Once that trek ends, he will join the Cadillac Three and Cole Swindell as openers for Florida Georgia Line on their summer 2016 Dig Your Roots Tour which is booked for 56 appearances all across the United States.

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