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Gloriana premieres new vid

Wednesday, January 11, 2012 – Gloriana will premiere an exclusive preview of their brand new video for (Kissed You) Good Night on ABC Family Friday, on Jan. 13 during the airing of "A Walk To Remember."

Immediately following the on-air preview, fans can check out the full length video, which stars ABC Family actress Megan Park (The Secret Life of the American Teenager) and actor/musician Tyler Hilton (One Tree Hill), exclusively at www.abcfamily.com. The video will have a full length broadcast premiere on CMT Tuesday, Jan. 17 followed by a live chat with the band on www.cmt.com at 6 p.m. Central.

"This video is by far my favorite we have made so far," said Rachel Reinert. "Everyone we worked with on the video including director TK McKamy, Tyler Hilton, and Megan Park were so amazing and really came together to help bring our vision of an epic first kiss to life. We are so proud of the final video and excited for everyone to see it."

The video, which was shot last month in Franklin, Tenn., was directed TK McKamy who also directed the band's last video for Wanna Take You Home. The single, written by band member Tom Gossin and Nashville songwriter Josh Kear, is the trio's first single from their forthcoming, long delayed second studio album, "A Thousand Miles Left Behind", on Emblem Music Group/Warner. Emblem Music Group label owner Matt Serletic (Willie Nelson, Rob Thomas, and Aerosmith) produced the disc.


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