Recently released debut self-titled EP is available for purchase on iTunes here.
Nashville, Tenn. – Friday, Oct. 10 -- Hot new country group Old Dominion has partnered with CMT.com and CMT Pure to premiere their music video for their current single “Shut Me Up” on Friday, Oct. 10, which can be seen here. The video premieres just days after the release of their self-titled debut EP, produced by Shane McAnally, and is available for purchase on iTunes now. The video is available exclusively on OldDominion.CMT.com and can be seen on CMT Pure at 8 a.m. CT / 9 ET and 9 a.m. CT / 10 ET today.
Old Dominion sought out to create a video that would capture their fun spirit and showcase the high level of energy that they bring to every live show, and they did just that. The video is full of quickly changing camera angles to bring focus to the talent of each band member while still managing to highlight their laid back, care free nature.
“Shut Me Up” – the hit single that Taste of Country calls “the perfect song to end the summer” – is continuing to make waves among country fans. The track has received great feedback on Sirius XM’s The Highway and has reached more than 1.7 million streams on Spotify as well as being featured on ABC’s hit show Nashville on Oct. 8.
You can catch this exciting band on-the-rise throughout the fall while on country maverick Chase Rice’s Ignite The Night Tour as well as in Nashville at the Grand Ole Opry on Oct. 14, and their headlining show at Mercy Lounge on Nov. 19.
For more information on Old Dominion and their upcoming live dates, visit www.olddominionband.com or follow them on Facebook at @OldDominionBand, on Twitter @OldDominion and Instagram @OldDominionMusic.
Old Dominion EP track listing:
1. "Shut Me Up" (Andrew Dorff, Matthew Ramsey and Brad Tursi)
2. "Break Up With Him" (Matthew Ramsey, Trevor Rosen, Whit Sellers, Geoff Sprung and Brad Tursi)
3. "Nowhere Fast" (Matthew Jenkins, Matthew Ramsey and Trevor Rosen)
4. "Beer Can In A Truck Bed" (Matthew Jenkins, Matthew Ramsey and Trevor Rosen)
5. "Wrong Turns" (Matthew Jenkins, Matthew Ramsey and Trevor Rosen)