Tyler Dial captures a crazy night with his friends in a very unique way in the new video for "About Last Night," and he's giving  Taste of Country readers an exclusive look.

Dial documents a night of partying with various friends amidst the hipster vibe of East Nashville, beginning with drinks at a trendy eatery and making a quick beer run before settling in at home with what looks like about a hundred of his closest friends. The video shows Dial and his band playing a set in the living room of what turns into a massive house party that looks like an East Nashville country rave, with people knocking back beers and dancing as a deejay entertains.

The video is shot entirely on phones. The footage is shared via Instagram and Snapchat in an inventive way that will resonate with millennials, who may be looking at a scene torn from last weekend that reminds them of themselves and their friends.

The Phoenix native grew up on his dad's musical influences, which included the Rolling Stones, Garth Brooks and the Eagles. Later influences include Sam Hunt and John Mayer, but it was a Keith Urban concert that convinced him to give up a soccer recruitment and settle on a future in music when he moved to Texas to attend the University of Texas. He juxtaposed his business education with a practical, hands-on education in music by playing Sixth Street in Austin, and Dial has also opened for Jake Owen, Cole Swindell, Cody Johnson, Pat Green, Wade Bowen, Jack Ingram and many more.

Dial released his self-titled debut album while still in college in 2015, and he made inroads with a single titled "Damn Good Time." His follow-up project, Repaint, dropped the day he graduated from college in 2018. "About Last Night" is the first taste fans have had of his upcoming third collection. He co-wrote the song with Jon Stark and Adam James and worked with producer Ryan Tyndell from Little Louder on the project.

"About Last Night" is currently available across a number of digital platforms. Keep up with Tyler Dial at his official website, or by following him on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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