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Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band releases new video, "We Deserve a Happy Ending"
REVEREND PEYTON’S BIG DAMN BAND RELEASES NEW VIDEO FOR “WE DESERVE A HAPPY ENDING”
Fresh off of viral shotgun guitar video that reached 20
million plus, Rev. Peyton literally sets his best friend on
fire in new music video.
BROWN COUNTY, Ind. — Rev. Peyton,
known for his viral shotgun guitar video and virtuosic slide guitar, is
back! This time Rev literally sets his best friend on fire, and all hell
breaks loose behind Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Bandas they perform “We Deserve a Happy
Ending” on their own front porch in the new video from the upcoming March 10, 2017 albumrelease
"We researched these dangerous
Hollywood-style stunts and my best friend, Jim Connor,
volunteered to let me set him on fire inside my house,” says Rev. Peyton.
All of these people, animals, and machinery were all packed inside of Rev.
and Breezy’s tiny cabin in the Brown County Hills. “These folks are just
our friends and family,” Rev. Peyton says. “We are lucky to be surrounded
by hillbillies, performers, artists, daredevils, and adventurers.” With
almost no budget, this video is one continuous camera shot and was
captured by Rev’s good pal and photographer Tyler Zoller in one
take. It’s all DIY, but all the proper precautions were taken. Rev. urges
people not to try this at home, especially if you live in a wood
Breezy, Rev. Peyton’s wife and band member,
says, “The song is stripped down, Maxwell Senteney
plays a suitcase just like on the record, but it sounds huge.” “It’s all
about the vocals,” Rev. Peyton adds. “Max and Breezy make the song for me.”
From livestock to Harley motorcycles,
from live shootouts to a man fully engulfed in flames, this video has it
Peyton’s Big Damn Band is: Rev.
Peyton - guitar, vocals
Washboard Breezy Peyton - washboard, tambourine, snaps, claps and vocals
Maxwell Senteney - percussion, suitcases, buckets and vocals
and directed by Rev. Peyton Videography and
editing: Tyler Zoller Production Manager: