Crouse debuts video
Thursday, June 20, 2013
– Joel Crouse will debut his first music video, If You Want Some,
on RollingStone.com today.
The video, directed by Chris Hicky, features Crouse and his band setting up to perform and party with friends outside a convenience market after their tour van breaks down.
Crouse is a Massachusetts resident.
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