MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2016|
Posted by: Emily Oldenquist
Just days ago, folk singer-songwriter Ron Pope, along with his band, The Nighthawks, released a video with Brooklyn Basement Records to go along with their upbeat track "Hell or High water." "Hell or High Water" was referred to as one the most "can't-stop-wont-stop-kind of track" on the albums. The opening shot starts fans off with a clean and clear shot of a Brooklyn, New York skyline. The video proceeds with story-line implications of being tortured, held hostage and overcoming large obstacles. This video feels like a fast paced ride along. And, in a way it is. There is a Go- Pro attached to the hood of a cadillac as Ron Pope makes his way down the streets of Brooklyn.
This music video depicts energy of the "never stopping" sorts. Ron Pope the Nighthawks released a self titled album in January of this year, and we can expect to see continuously pleasant surprises much like this music video.