Singer-songwriter Ry Bradley is premiering the lyric video for his new song "Hard Not to Feel" exclusively for readers of The Boot. Press play above to watch.

A thumping, pop-influenced tune, "Hard Not to Feel" kicks off with a pulsing beat and Bradley delivering the lyrics in rapid-fire fashion. Written by Bradley and his publisher and album producer Justin Busch, the song is all about falling head over heels in love — fast and hard.

"You're the one I wanna come home to / You're the girl who makes it all worth wakin' up to," sings Bradley on the chorus. "And in this moment / I think we both know you're the only one / Baby, it's hard not to feel like I'm fallin' in love."

Bradley's music has been featured on TV shows included Chicago Med on NBC and The Fosters on FreeForm. "Hard Not to Feel" appears on his forthcoming album, titled Everything I've Got, on which he co-wrote seven of the eight songs with Busch; Busch wrote the final track by himself.

"I hope the fans that are discovering me for the first time connect with the variety of stories and sounds that we captured on this album," Bradley says. "I've got guitar-driven, feel-good anthems and vulnerable, stripped-down storytelling tunes across this project. It truly is everything I've got."

Everything I've Got is set for release on Sound Revolver Records on July 13. It's available for pre-order via iTunes.