This NEVER happens.
Canadian country music stars The Washboard Union dropped not one, but two music videos this past week.
Known for great clips like their “Muppet” inspired video for “Country Thunder”, we were excited to see what the boys had in store for us this time.
From the press release:
“A double video release is a first for us as a band and more than anything we wanted to do something special for our fans who have stood behind us through such a strange and difficult time,” says The Washboard Union, who teamed up once again with director Stephano Barberis on both of the videos. “The young actors in these videos were troopers. It was cold and wet and they brought such magic to the screen. Their professionalism and wonderful chemistry made working with the actors, and this team, so rewarding. Thank you.”
Both songs are featured on the band’s award-winning album Everbound. At last year’s CCMA Awards, The Washboard Union took home the trophy for Group or Duo of the Year for the third consecutive year, becoming the first band this decade to win in the category for three straight years. They also won their fifth consecutive award in the Roots category, and now have earned nine career CCMA Awards.
Check out both new music videos below.
The Washboard Union on “If She Only Knew:”
“This is a song about mustering up the courage to tell someone special exactly how you feel about them and how they’ve changed everything around you just by being who they are. You may only have one chance to impress the person of your dreams. What would you do to make it count”
The Washboard Union on “Never Run Outta Road:”
“Imagine someone just handed you the keys to a racetrack and said “GO.” It was like being in Mario Kart for 12 Hours straight. ‘Never Run Outta Road’ is a wish as much as it is a song about never stopping the journey you’re on and never losing the sense of ‘wonder’ you’re born with.”
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