Keith Urban is embracing all the feel-good vibes in his "Never Comin' Down" video. The fourth single off his 2018 album Graffiti U is the latest jam he's submitted to country radio, and he's accompanying the track with an equally vibrant video.

Urban starts off as the Lyft driver who drops a nervous-looking country guy off at a disco club. But when he walks into the room, he discovers that Urban is at center of the party, rocking out on guitar in the middle of the room while everyone dances around him. Though a little sheepish at first, the lead character eventually finds his groove, fitting in with the various people that have come together inside, when they all start line dancing together while Urban is pouring drinks all around.

The singer has orchestrated the kind of party we all want to be invited to — one where everyone is in high spirits and ready to let loose.

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"Never Comin' Down" follows lead single "Female," follow-up "Parallel Line" and "Coming Home" featuring co-writer Julia Michaels from Urban's tenth studio album. He's currently on his 2018 Graffiti U World Tour that continues through September with Kelsea Ballerini and Lindsay Ell as opening acts. Urban recently offered the crowd an exciting surprise when he brought wife Nicole Kidman up on stage during a show in Chicago.

In between touring duties, the "Blue Ain't Your Color" singer has also been tapped by fellow country superstar Blake Shelton to serve as a mentor on his team during the Battle Rounds of the The Voice Season 15.