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The Dirt Drifters want Something Better

Friday, April 29, 2011 – The Dirt Drifters premiered their debut music video for their new single Something Better on CMT.com. The band is offering their fans the chance to watch the video and get a free download of their song on their website - TheDirtDrifters.com.

"Hats off to our director as the lumberyard reminded us of the one we used to work at," said The Dirt Drifters front man Matt Fleener."It made the day that much more meaningful for us, and we were really feeling there's got to be something better than 9 to 5 vibe."

Guitarist Jeff Middleton broke his arm during the filming right around 2:35 in the video.

Co-written by band members Nick Diamond, Matt Fleener, Ryan Fleener and Middleton, the song will be featured on their forthcoming debut album, "This Is My Blood," produced by Justin Niebank (Vince Gill, Brad Paisley, Keith Urban). The band is currently out on the road visiting radio and playing shows across the country in support of their new single.

The Dirt Drifters met in Nashville, five musicians from four states. The band is Matt Fleener on vocals/guitars, Ryan Fleener vocals/guitars, Middleton on vocals/guitars, Jeremy Little on bass and Diamond on drums.


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