The new music video for The Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band’s song “Clap Your Hands” premiered the other day! It’s a hoot to watch! YEEHAW! Even if you don’t like this type of music, these guys are a lot of fun to watch live! Check out the video below:
The video for The Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band’s new song “Clap Your Hands” was shot in one day in a barn in Indiana. All of the dancers, artists, freaks, weirdo’s, cowboys, kids, donkeys, bunko steerers, chickens, and regular folks all volunteered their time and talent because they believed in the song and the band. The video was directed/produced by the acclaimed music video producer Kevin Custer (Lil Wayne, Soldja Boy, Flogging Molly) who remarked the day of the shoot, “it would have cost a fortune to get all of these props back in NYC.” To which The Rev. Peyton replied, “These aren’t props they are just crap you find in a barn!”
The video’s world premier took place on Sunday, May 2nd at the Lotus Petal Cinema in Brown County, IN at 5pm. The Lotus Petal Cinema holds the distinction of being the smallest theatre in the United States with only 25 seats! It was quite an event!
Special thanks to The Blue Monkey Sideshow, the Hilltop Dancers, Creme De Les Femmes, Bangofla Dancers, belly is Dark Side Tribal, The Weapons of Rhythm, and the hundreds of friends and fans that helped us make this possible.
The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band’s new album “The Wages” is set for release May 25 on SideOneDummy Records!