The Video Inspired By Their Real-Life Debut On The Iconic Grand Ole Opry Stage Is Available To Watch Now HERE.
Country Duo and Red Street Country act Neon Union premieres their first-ever music video for their debut single “BOUT DAMN TIME” exclusively on Circle Network’s “Coffee, Country & Cody” broadcast today. For the video, bandmates and friends Brooks and Millsaps can be found causing trouble working at a bar before heading out for a show. While working at the bar, their manager Jimmie Allen surprises the duo with an invitation to make their Grand Ole Opry debut. Inspired by their true excitement for getting to play the legendary venue, the video is available to watch here.
“We just made our Opry debut in real life and now being able to show that experience and premiere our first music video with WSM and Circle is just unbelievable," said Millsaps. “We can’t wait for people to see how much fun we had making it.”
“Getting to film our first ever music video was an out of body experience” said Brooks. “Julian Mendoza, our director, was able to capture our vision perfectly and create a video where people can all come together to “raise 'em up!" We are so excited to have Coffee, Country & Cody help us premiere this music video.”
Directed by Julian Mendoza (Hideout Pictures) and shot at The Rusty Nail and The Opry, Rascal Flatts’ Jay DeMarcus, who signed the duo to their record deal also makes a fun cameo in the video.