A THOUSAND HORSES EMBRACES THEIR ROOTS WITH NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “SOUTHERNALITY”
NASHVILLE, TN (April 8, 2016) – History-making band A Thousand Horses are showcasing their Southern personalities on another level with the release of a music video for “Southernailty.” The title track, which recently hit Country radio, has been making an impact with fans during their live show. Watch here: http://smarturl.it/SouthernalityVevo.
Director Shaun Silva (TackleBox Films) filmed scenes from A Thousand Horses’ high-energy performances throughout their current stint opening on Jason Aldean’s WE WERE HERE TOUR. The end result also features the band in front of a green screen in Nashville.
“This was a really fun shoot since we got to film most of it in a concert setting,” said frontman Michael Hobby. “Our fans relate to the message of this song and we love getting to show our Southern personalities when we perform.”
Early reviews about the song which is the third track released from their debut album Southernality reflect:
“A Thousand Horses, who mix polished country with gritty Southern rock and soul, are…helping lead the charge.”
– Rolling Stone Country
“Grit, swagger and twang for those who forgot what real country music sounds like.”
– Nash Country Weekly
“The band are at their best on stage, and one hears that immediately on this loose, live-like recording.”
– Taste of Country
A Thousand Horses saw their first single “Smoke“ soar to #1 on both the Mediabase and Billboard Country Airplay Charts after making Country Aircheck history as the highest debut for a new artist’s first single. They also became the first band (with at least three members) to send a debut single to #1 on Billboard Country Airplay Chart this decade. They are finalists for two American Country Countdown Awards for “Duo/Group of the Year” and “Breakthough Group/Duo of the Year” which will be given out at the live ceremony on FOX May 1 at 8pm ET/7pm CT. The ACM and CMA nominated band will also take the stage at major festivals including Country Thunder (4/10), Tortuga (4/16) and Stagecoach (5/1). For more information and additional dates, visit AThousandHorses.com.