Blake Shelton is on a roll.

The 39-year-old Voice coach released the music video for his single “Came Here to Forget” — the first song off his upcoming album, If I’m Honest.

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The black-and-white video features scenes on the beach and in a bar as Blake ogles over an attractive woman.

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Some cryptic lyrics off the track include, “Girl you're getting over him and I'm getting over her/The eyes have it made, ain't gotta say a word/Misery loves company, that's why it's you and me.”

Elsewhere, the star sings, “That first kiss was like a Colorado hit/We better keep on keeping it lit.”

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Blake's 46-year-old girlfriend Gwen Stefani also released a song about her budding relationship with the country crooner called "Misery."

"Put me out my misery, hurry up hurry up come save me. Enough enough of this suffering," one lyric goes, followed by, “Out the door, I’m thinking things I’ve never felt before. Like what your love would taste like, give me more… You’re like drugs, you’re like drugs to me. I’m so in to you totally."

If I’m Honest drops May 20. Watch the video for “Came Here to Forget” below!