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Watch Randy Montana’s New Video, “1,000 Faces”

Randy Montana on the set of his video for "1,000 Faces." Photo by Alex Ferrari, courtesy of UMG Nashville.

Exactly one month and one day ago, Mercury Nashville artist Randy Montana was in downtown Nashville to shoot the video for his new single “1,000 Faces,” written by Randy and Tom Douglas. The video, directed by Robert Deaton and George Flanigen, utilized over 60 extras to convert the closed city streets into just another busy day in downtown Music City — with the exception of Randy and his band playing in the street.

“I can’t wait for everyone to see this video,” says Randy. “Working with Robert and George was awesome. I had a great time talking with the extras and all the people that just walked up to see what all the noise was and why the street was blocked off. There was also a hammered drunk homeless man named Memphis that walked up in the middle of the shoot. He looked at me and said, ‘If y’all let me dance, I’ll make you more money.’ I think he thought we were playing for tips.”

“1,000 Faces” is part of Randy’s new 3-song EP of the same title. The EP was produced by Jay Joyce and is available HERE. In addition to “1,000 Faces,” there’s “Assembly Line,” written by Montana and Natalie Hemby and “Last Horse,” written by Randy, his dad Billy and Rodney Clawson, and features Emmylou Harris on harmonies.

Watch the video for “1,000 Faces” below — and click HERE to see Randy performing the song acoustically in our studio!

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