Chris Young has shared a heartbreaking music video for his song "Sober Saturday Night." The clip focuses on a couple's rocky relationship -- but it's got a sobering (in more ways than one) ending viewers won't see coming.

Directed by David Poag and filmed in Culleoka and Columbia, Tenn., the "Sober Saturday Night" video begins at a party, then quickly flashes to a man waking up in bed, clearly feeling some sort of pain. As viewers watch that man, they also see fuzzy shots of another night ... and a beautiful woman. Their night out begins fun and carefree, but by the end, it's anything but. Readers can press play on the video above to watch the full, somber story.

"Sober Saturday Night" is the third single from Young's I'm Comin' Over album; the song features Vince Gill.

“As we were going into the studio, I knew I wanted someone to guest on "Sober Saturday Night" for the guitar solo and harmonies,” explains Young in a press release. “Vince Gill was the perfect person for the song, and I was humbled when he agreed to be on it. I’ve always been a fan of his voice and his guitar playing, and he killed it.”

"Sober Saturday Night" and the rest of I’m Comin’ Over are available on iTunes now.

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