Tommy Nowels

After releasing his catchy new single "Caffeine" last month, Max Drazen has now shared a humorous accompanying video.

The playful clip, which was directed by Mike Dones, arrived Tuesday and it shows Drazen in a very relatable state, disheveled and perhaps hung over, in no condition to be having serious discussions or making life-altering decisions. But sometimes love forces us to change our ways, even if it's just a little bit.

“This was my first music video and I loved every minute of it," says Drazen. "From coming up with the concept, to the phone calls, to finding the location, etc. The video is meant to have a light, fun vibe, so on set we were messing around and having as much fun as possible. I hope the fun we had while filming is reflected in the video itself.”

The Connecticut native, who has drawn influence from the likes of Smino, Justin Timberlake and Jon Bellion, only released his first official single "Let Me Down Slow" back in May. This is his second single to date.

See the video now.