Rascal Flatts get "Back to Life"
Monday, April 8, 2019
– Rascal Flatts released the video for its latest single "Back to Life" (Big Machine Records) today.
The video was filmed live at their sold-out show at the Red Rocks Amphitheater near Denver.
"This was such a special night at a venue that's been on our bucket list for quite some time," said Jay Demarcus. "We felt like this was the perfect video for the new single, as you can see how palpable the connection between the fans and this song has been so far."
Rascal Flatts recently dropped a four-song EP, "Jukebox," as a surprise for fans, featuring their most-loved songs. The trio will headline the Summer Playlist Tour, kicking in Cincinnati on May 16.
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