Little Big Town premieres video
Monday, May 20, 2013
– Little Big Town will world-premiere its video for current single, Your Side of the Bed,
this Thursday on ABC's Good Morning America.
An exclusive CMA Music Festival Announcement will also take place in the 8:30 a.m. hour.
The video, shot last month by Becky Fluke (Pistol Annies/The Civil Wars), takes place at the Tennessee Theater and The Oliver Hotel in Knoxville, Tenn. and captures a look into one night, highlighting the tension and honesty in the song's lyrics.
The song, written by Little Big Town and Lori McKenna, follows up previous number one hits Pontoon and Tornado.
The video can be viewed in its entirety exclusively on all day Thursday on Good Morning America.
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