Teddy Robb Admits He ‘Really Shouldn’t Drink Around You’ in New Video

The singer tries to recall a crazy night in the new video for his debut single.

Written by Drew Pearce
Teddy Robb Admits He ‘Really Shouldn’t Drink Around You’ in New Video
Teddy Robb; Photo courtesy of Monument Records

Rising country singer Teddy Robb added to the fun of his debut single, “Really Shouldn’t Drink Around You,” by putting out the track’s music video.

Opening with Robb waking up alone in a field after a crazy night of drinking, the sequence is filled with clips of the performer hitching a ride in the back of a truck, dancing and doing one too many shots with a woman. The video ends with Robb waking up in a field again, this time with his love interest, hinting that this experience may keep happening to him.

The clip was directed by Dustin Haney, and it was shot in Colorado, where Robb spent a lot of time early in his career perfecting his craft in Rocky Mountain ski lodges.

“Dustin and his team were amazing,” the laid-back country crooner said. “It felt like a day in my life when I lived in Colorado.”

“Really Shouldn’t Drink Around You” was written by Josh Osborne, Trevor Rosen and multi-Grammy Award winner Shane McAnally, the latter of whom Robb is currently in the studio with to work on his debut album.