February 23 was double video release day for multi CCMA award-winning country music group and best friends The Washboard Union. These two music videos – their current single “If She Only Knew” and “Never Run Outta Road” have an interconnecting storyline and had the band having loads of fun creating them to counter during what has been described as “these weird times we’ve gone through.” The videos have an uplifting vibe and are centered on having a good time. It’s a brilliant takeaway for us all.
Says The Washboard Union on why they did a double release and the making of the videos (they teamed up once again with director Stephano Barberis on both of the videos),
“A double video release is a first for us as a band and more than anything we wanted to do something special for our fans who have stood behind us through such a strange and difficult time. The young actors in these videos were troopers. It was cold and wet and they brought such magic to the screen. Their professionalism and wonderful chemistry made working with the actors, and this team, so rewarding. Thank you.”
The Washboard Union on “If She Only Knew:”
“This is a song about mustering up the courage to tell someone special exactly how you feel about them and how they’ve changed everything around you just by being who they are. You may only have one chance to impress the person of your dreams. What would you do to make it count?”
The Washboard Union on “Never Run Outta Road:”
“Imagine someone just handed you the keys to a racetrack and said, “GO.” It was like being in Mario Kart for 12 Hours straight. “Never Run Outta Road” is a wish as much as it is a song about never stopping the journey you’re on and never losing the sense of ‘wonder’ you’re born with.”
Both songs are featured on The Washboard Union’s award-winning album Everbound on all digital platforms, so download it, save it or stream it.
Hi all. I’m Nanci Dagg. I am from Winnipeg, Manitoba, and have lived my entire life here. There is nothing I like better than supporting local artists followed by supporting Canadian artists. Although I was a classic rock gal, my go to genre is country. Something about this music that just makes me feel great. I can be found at most country music concerts and shows (from someone’s house to really large venues) taking lots of pictures. Music and photography are two of my passions. Add to this mix, writing about artists, well let’s say, life doesn’t get better than this.