Kelsea Ballerini brought the cameras inside to record a fun girls' night in for her "Club" music video.

"I don't wanna go to the club / I don't wanna watch everybody around me try to hook up / And say stuff they don't mean / And get drunk and get cheap / So what's wrong with me? / 'Cause I don't wanna go to the club," the 26-year-old sings in the chorus.

The new release has the "I Hate Love Songs" singer singing about her love of staying in for a fun night with her posse, as well as cautioning about the downfalls of going out to a dance club.

The video begins with Ballerini bringing an ice bucket back to her girlfriends' hotel room. The squad pours drinks, jumps on the bed, sings karaoke and overall has an epic night in while singing about their distaste of the club life. Who needs to go out?

The girls—who are actually Ballerini's real-life buddies—also took Polaroid pictures in the video, which Ballerini teased the upcoming single with last week. The video concludes with the posse leaping into the hotel's pool while screaming along to the song's lyrics.

"Club" is the follow-up release to Ballerini's heartwarming single "Homecoming Queen?" The new release appears to be off her upcoming third studio album, which is tentatively set to release in 2020.

Next up for the songstress will be a performance at E!'s People's Choice Awards on Sunday (Nov. 10) night. The show will broadcast live at 8 PM ET on E!.  Ballerini hinted on Twitter that she will be giving the debut performance of her new single.

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