New video in the works for Dixie Bee-Liners

The Dixie Bee-Liners will soon be releasing a video of their single Heavy. The song, which appears on the Bee-Liners’ recent release Susanville, heavily features mountain dulcimer and fiddle.

Director Chris Connor and the band shot the video on location in Nashville, and hope to see it released late this winter.

Brandi Hart, the band’s primary singer-songwriter tells us…

“Every song on Susanville is set in a car or truck on highways across America. Anyone who’s been in a relationship has probably had one memorable argument in a moving vehicle, and Heavy tries to capture that moment. It deals with the game of one-upmanship we sometimes play with the people in our lives.”

Bee-Liner mandolinist and co-founder Buddy Woodward gives the guy’s perspective.

“I like to think of it as relationship tug-of-war. The video portrays two people caught in a sort of love-hate cycle. Our director, Chris Connor, made the choice to shoot in black and white to continue that theme.”

The band has already begun pre-production on two more video projects, and will spend the winter and spring bringing those videos to life. Brandi and Buddy (and the rest of the Bee-Liners) are stoked to continue the artistic journey they began in the recording studio.

“The process should prove to be an adventure for The Bee-Liners!”

Find out more about the Dixie Bee-Liners and their music online.

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