Rising country artist Rachel Steele is premiering the music video for her debut single, "Here to Get My Stuff," exclusively with The Boot. Readers can press play above to watch.

An attitude-laced tune, "Here to Get My Stuff" now has a video to match. In the clip, the lyrics of the song play out: A woman heads back to her ex's place after a breakup. She's only there to grab a few things, but he's convinced there's a reconciliation coming; she shows him what's up in the end, though.

"You said, 'Baby I knew that you'd be back / You'd miss me too much / A little girl like you, well, you ain't strong enough / To be out in this big old world all by yourself,'" Steele sings in the chorus of "Here to Get My Stuff," before delivering one heck of a kiss-off: "I said, 'Boy, just shut up / I'm only here to get my stuff.'"

Steele's "Here to Get My Stuff" music video was shot over three days at Newcastle, Calif.'s Red Horse Barn. Tommy Merry, a director and composer known for faith-based narrative and documentary films, directed the clip; it was produced by Steele's manager and bandleader, Scott Prentice.

Bobby Randall and Melissa Lee co-wrote "Here to Get My Stuff," and Randall also produced it. The song appears on Steele's recently released six-song EP, Stupid Love. Although the track is her debut single, Steele -- a native of Northern California -- has toured extensively around the West Coast, opening shows for artist including Alabama, Thompson Square and more.

Fans can keep up with Steele via her official website, or listen to more of her music via iTunes, Spotify and other platforms. To celebrate her new music video's release, Steele and The Boot are giving away an autographed Gibson / Epiphone acoustic guitar and signed copy of the Stupid Love EP -- just head over to Steele's Facebook page to enter to win. The winner will be selected on June 4.