UK Country duo The Shires have released the video for their new single Guilty.
The music video was filmed in Los Angeles and it sees Ben Earle and Crissie Rhodes playing petty criminals. Over the course of the clip the duo are seen committing crimes in a laundrette and an American diner before paying homage to Bonnie and Clyde by driving off in a police car.
Talking about the video Crissie says, “From the moment we read the initial concept, we knew this video was going to be a lot of fun to shoot. We got to act a little more in this video – I even got handcuffed but the police. The location for the shoot was really cool, it was set at The Pink Motel in LA which has an 80’s vibe to it, with the bold, bright colours and a slight nod to ‘Stranger Things’ which we love!”
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Guilty, out now, is the first single taken from The Shires’ forthcoming third album Accidentally on Purpose, which will be released on 20th April 2018.
“This song encapsulates our writing trip to Nashville back in October. Nashville really is a party town and there were parties almost every night, it was hard to turn down the invites. We were certainly Guilty of having a good time out there!! As soon as we received the demo back from our co-writer & producer Lindsay, Crissie played it as her warm up track while she got ready to go out! It always got her in the mood for a night of partying,” reveals Ben.
The Shires recorded Accidentally on Purpose in Nashville and it’s the follow-up to their Gold-certified second album My Universe, which was released in 2016. The album features a track written by Ed Sheeran called Stay the Night.
It has also been announced that the duo will be supporting Michael Bublé at Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park on Friday 13th July.
Fans can see The Shires at the following dates:
May 12th – Guildford G Live
May 13th – Bournemouth Pavilion
May 14th – Cardiff St. David’s Hall
May 16th – Bristol Colston Hall
May 18th – London Royal Albert Hall
May 19th – Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall
May 20th – Sheffield City Hall
May 22nd – Ipswich Regent Theatre
May 23rd – Cambridge Corn Exchange
May 24th – Oxford New Theatre
May 27th – Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
May 28th – Gateshead The Sage
May 30th – Carlisle Sands Centre
May 31st – York Barbican
June 1st – Birmingham Symphony Hall
June 3rd – Stoke Victoria Hall
June 4th – Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
June 5th – Llandudno Venue Cymru
June 6th – Manchester Bridgewater Hall
June 8th – Nottingham Royal Centre
June 9th – Brighton Dome
June 10th – Basingstoke The Anvil
July 13th – Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park