Up-and-coming duo Waterloo Revival's “Bad for You” video may help you remain in denial that summer is ending. The flirty, fun clip features the band breaking down outside a fruit stand on the highway, but the owners aren’t your typical roadside farmers.

The boys are tempted by a few beautiful ladies in “Eden’s Garden,” but it doesn’t look like they mind all that much — that is, until they get pulled over after a joy ride in one of the girls’ convertible. Oops.

The fruit stand scenes are interspersed with a barn performance from the band underneath rafters decorated with twinkle lights, where they're singing into vintage mics with their classic boyish charm.

“Bad for You” is the band’s second single with their label Big Machine, following their debut “Hit the Road.” Waterloo Revival are making a big impression with the upbeat summer jam after making their Opry debut Sept. 8. The Austin, Texas natives — the inspiration for their unusual name — relocated to Nashville to pursue their career full time after making music together since middle school, and it’s paying off already. The success of their first major label release earned them slots in festivals around the country and notice from big-time publications. They will play shows with Lee Brice later this fall.