Courtesy: Mitch Bilus
Four months after the release of the highly-popular music video for "Another Deadbeat Summer" off the debut full-band studio album Friends in Low Places, Bobby Mahoney and the Seventh Son will release another video to promote the compilation.
"New Age Outlaws," originally released as the first single off the album, will debut its music video Thursday night. Directed and filmed by Zack Morrison, the piece will mark the second time the two entities have worked together on a music video.
"Once again, we had the chance to work with the great Zack Morrison," Mahoney said. "Zack is an extremely talented up-and-comer in the film industry. He graduated from Rutgers and is now at Columbia for graduate school for film. Not only does he produce excellent film work but he is also a passionate music lover. It is always great to work with him, as well as to see him enjoying our music at shows. He has helped us out a lot in the past year. I look forward to seeing all the great things he will accomplish."
The video was shot in 4K, also known as "super HD," with a RED Epic Cinema camera courtesy of Ideas United and Distinguished Filmmakers. It was filmed on Sept. 6, 2014 at The Court Tavern in New Brunswick, N.J. before a packed audience.
"This time around we went for a straight, no frills live video," Mahoney said. "I think it accentuates the rawness of 'New Age Outlaws.' It is arguably the hardest rocking song on the record, and we had a kick-ass time at the show filming. We don't have mosh pits at a lot of our shows, but one broke out while filming this video and it was an awesome vibe in the room and it gave the song the edginess it needed."
In addition to the video, the band will release preliminary dates for the winter leg of the Friends in Low Places Tour.
A second preview for the film can be found below.
Friends in Low Places is available via iTunes, Bandcamp, Spotify and various other outlets.
Friends in Low Places