If you've been to the annual Sandy Lee Watkins Songwriters Festival in Henderson the past few years, the name Scott Lindsey should ring a bell. The Madisonville singer-songwriter has been a regular performer at the fundraising event for a number of years, including this year when he brought along his bandmates, Troy Johnson and Brett Boyett, collectively known as Nashvillains, to perform as well. The group joined us during our live broadcast from Audubon Mills Park on the Friday morning of the festival weekend where they treated us to a couple of live, acoustic performances. By the looks of it, they've been hard at work since the festival wrapped in late July, releasing a video for their new single, "There to Catch Me."

Shot in the Hollywood Hills of Los Angeles, the movie-like video focuses on a man flashing back to memories of his wedding day as he copes with the death of his wife. The two are shown running through town still wearing their tuxedo and wedding dress while stopping to share a slice of pizza, popping into a music store to listen to an album together, and diving into a hotel pool fully clothed. The clips are interwoven with shots of the band performing the ballad on the deck of a large home in the hills. Take a look.

The band is relatively new having formed within the last year. They consider their sound to be "rock meets outlaw country," and are currently continuing to work on new music.

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Check out their YouTube channel for more videos, and their Facebook page for updates on new music

[Source: Nashvillans via YouTube]

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