New York-born singer-songwriter Jessica Lynn is premiering the music video for her song "Let's Don't" exclusively for readers of The Boot. Press play above to watch.

"Let's Don't" is a song about skipping plans and staying in with the one you love. Lynn stars in its accompanying music video; shots of her goofing off with a significant other, playing "Mario Kart" and cozying up are interspersed with bucolic truck bed scenes, a nod to the song's pop-country roots. "Let's Don't" was written by Lynn, Nashville producer Joey Ebach and songwriter Clay Mills, and was inspired by the artist's own love story with her husband.

"I got married almost two years ago but have been with my husband for eight years," Lynn tells The Boot. "I really wanted to write a song about how, even sometimes when you have nothing at all, you have everything with the right love. Staying in and just being with each other are some of the best times you will ever have."

Lynn has shared the stage with major acts including Keith Urban, Brad Paisley and Jake Owen. She recently returned from an extensive European tour and is preparing to hit the road in the U.S. soon.

"Let's Don't," which is available for purchase on iTunes and Google Play, follows her 2017 self-titled EP. Fans can keep up with Lynn on her official website.