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NASHVILLE, TN (November 13, 2020) – ACM New Male Artist of the Year RILEY GREEN’s official music video for his latest single “If It Wasn’t For Trucks” is out now. Giving fans a first look via CMT on Wednesday, the nostalgic video sees Riley through life’s most vulnerable moments as Director Jim Wright adds another layer to the sentimental lyrics which Riley co-wrote alongside Randy Montana and Erik Dylan. The Alabama native celebrated the release on Thursday by chatting with fans on YouTube – watch here.
““If It Wasn’t For Trucks” was written with a lot of life moments in mind,” shares Green. “Young love. Getting away from the world. We did a flashback from current time to when I was younger, so I think fans will get a look at how reflective this song and video are for me.”
Keeping the momentum of his latest chapter, Riley shares the socially-distant filmed music video following the release of his IF IT WASN’T FOR TRUCKS EP (BMLG Records) and the PLATINUM certification of his poignant ballad “I Wish Grandpas Never Died.”
Along with the release of his music video this week, Riley offered military veterans and service members a special viewing of his recent performance on The U.S. Military Academy at West Point campus on Veterans Day. The socially distant event which took place on September 11 celebrated the Corps of Cadets with a private performance and was made available virtually to active and retired military personnel around the world.
Riley began 2020 on Jason Aldean’s WE BACK TOUR after spending 2019 on the road with Brad Paisley and Jon Pardi, while also headlining his own GET THAT MAN A BEER TOUR. Since touring is on pause, he released a bi-weekly YouTube Golden Saw Series, presented by Busch. Watch the performances and stories behind the music here: Visit for more updates.