King Calaway’s ‘World for Two’ Video Is the Debut of a New Country Boy Band
Country music has a new boy band: meet King Calaway and their debut single, "World for Two."
The recently-formed six-piece group is signed to BBR Music's Stoney Creek records label and showcases Jordan Harvey, Chad Michael Jervis, Simon Dumas, Chris Deaton, Caleb Miller and Austin Luther. All now living in Nashville, the band formed from around the globe, all with a love for pop-country music.
Their introduction is not only "World for Two" and its accompanying music video, but also their debut EP of the same title. What's unique about King Calaway is the fact that there is no lead singer or frontman, and that each member can (and does) play an instrument.
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A new five-song EP was produced by famed producer Ross Copperman (who also penned several of the band's songs) and shows of their ability to jump right into the popular country music landscape for a new generation.
The group's debut music video for their catchy single "World for Two" begins with different locations around the world. All six members are featured with their respected instruments on a sunny day at the beach — even with a grand piano and full drum kit — as a day at the beach turns into a guitar driven bonfire jam.
While the band has just gotten started, they've already gained the support from labelmate Jimmie Allen, who took to social media to give their new EP a shoutout. King Calaway will debut on the Grand Ole Opry on March 1.
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