Country singer Camaron Ochs, otherwise known as Cam, has returned with her first new single in over two years, “Till There’s Nothing Left.”
The romantic song arrived alongside a Dano Cerney-directed clip, which opens “in the middle of the honky-tonk apocalypse,” a description of the video reads. Cam and her friends seek refuge at a bar and decide to live their final moments to the fullest as chaos arrives in Nashville. “’Til there’s nothing left / With the windows up / Spendin’ all my love / Prayin’ God don’t save me,” Cam sings on the chorus. They sing and dance—some even find love—throughout the night before a tornado sweeps them away.
Cam made her major label debut in 2015 with Untamed. She later went on to release a series of singles including 2017’s “Diane” and 2018’s “Road to Happiness.” Last year, she released an acoustic version of “So Long,” her crossover collaboration with Diplo. She is also working on her as-yet-untitled sophomore album.
In the meantime, watch the video for “Till There’s Nothing Left” below: