Jason Aldean's new 'Night Train' video features lots of footage from the country music superstar's Night Train Tour. If you haven't had the chance to see him live in concert, you can at least experience it through the video. From the meet and greet to the onstage fireworks, this video is truly an Aldean experience.

Interestingly, just as the first verse of the song talks about daytime, saying, "I’ve been thinkin’ ‘bout you all day baby / Waitin’ on that sun to go down," the beginning of the 'Night Train' video is the only part that daytime shots are filmed. A good portion of the clip is intensified by the many shots that were filmed in the evening, with the only light coming from spotlights, headlights or camera flashes.

It's a simple video, featuring the '1994' hitmaker doing what he does best: performing onstage. While the overall idea is simple, the filming is spectacular, capturing so many riveting images throughout the whole concert experience, including the line (or train) of trucks full of Aldean's tour equipment, chugging along the highway, a single raindrop that hits the stage and the elation of all his fans.

When fans watch this short 3 minutes and 51 seconds of pure concert footage, they'll want to hop aboard the Aldean train and attend his show again ... and again ... and again. One of his superfans, who has attended 100 of his concerts, has said that every show she goes to draws her in. And the 'Night Train' music video certainly catches that idea.

Aldean, who is already making plans for his next album, is currently on tour with Jake Owen and Thomas Rhett.