Keith Urban Throws Line-Dancing Disco Party in 'Never Comin Down' Video: Watch

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Keith Urban "Never Comin Down"

Fall might be right around the corner, but Keith Urban still has some feel-good summer hits up his rolled-up sleeves. The singer debuted the euphoric video for his latest party anthem, “Never Coming Down” on Monday night (Aug. 27), perfectly capturing the feeling of getting lost in the music with a foot-stomping, square-dancing visual for the third single off his 2018 album Graffiti U.    

The Grammy Award-winning country icon opens the video disguised as a Lyft driver smiling at a nervous-looking young man who exits his car and walks into a bar. As the man makes his way into the party, he slowly gets immersed in the bar’s atmosphere -- a sweaty-hot, vibrant and carefree summer night filled with dancing, smiling and a familiar-looking dude rocking out on a mirror-ball guitar.


Urban energetically performs while the light glints off his disco ball instrument as the young man starts to interact with the crowd and loosens up as he gets lost in the moment. Finally hitting his groove and jumping into the line dancing with the blissed-out party people, Urban joyfully sings, “Dance baby, dance baby / Don’t stop now!” 

As Urban hops behind the bar to pour some drinks, the song about that unique feeling music can provide perfectly matches the late night vibe of the urban cowboy scene with the lyrics, “When the sun goes down, stars come out / Can you feel it? / When I take you by the hand, dancing/ And we pass it around, ’round, ’round/ We’re so high, we could paint the sky/ Tear the top right off the ceiling / And I swear we’re never ever coming down” 

Check out the video below. 


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