It's time to get a close up look at Nothing More. The band's performance chops are on full display in their latest video for "Here's to the Heartache."

The Josh Sobel-directed clip finds the band's performance shot in black and white with studio lighting factoring into the look of the clip. Meanwhile, true to the song's lyrics, there's a female figure in the storyline as we see the raw and genuine emotions that come with a relationship.

Singer Jonny Hawkins quotes author Steve Marabolli, stating, "As I look back on my life, I realize that every time I thought I was being rejected from something good, I was actually being re-directed to something better.” He then goes on to explain, “This quote sums up the heart of this song. We've seen failed relationships lead to soul mates. Crippling weakness, uncover hidden strength. And epic loss pave the way for greatness. For us, ‘Believing it would work out’ led to things working out. Was it ever easy? No. Was it always worth it? Yes. So, here's to the heartache..."

"Here's to the Heartache" follows Nothing More's "This Is the Time (Ballast)," "Mr. MTV" and "Jenny" as singles off their breakout self-titled release. The band is currently on tour in Europe where they'll remain for a good portion of what's left of 2015. However, U.S. fans will get one more chance to see them when they join a stellar New Year's Eve lineup in Dallas, Texas. Their show at the Bomb Factory also includes Hellyeah, Sevendust, Islander, Red Sun Rising and Even the Dead Love a Paradise. Get ticketing details here.