Waterloo Revival video proves "Bad For You"
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
– Waterloo Revival released a video of its single "Bad For You."
George Birge and Cody Cooper, who are Waterloo Revival, put the video on Rare Country.
Shot just outside of Nashville and directed by Brian Lazzaro, the scenes depict an unexpected adventure after the duo's truck breaks down outside a fruit stand. Using a modern twist on The Garden of Eden, the video captures temptations and excitement of young hearts stirred up by sunshine and song lyrics reflected in the up-tempo tune.
The pair, who became friends in middle school, began creating music together as a hobby. Since relocating to Nashville, the Texas natives eventually signed with Big Machine Records, which released "Hit the Road" as the debut single.
Waterloo Revival will make its Grand Ole Opry debut on Sept. 8.
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