Boy Named Banjo Premieres Music Video For Bluegrass-Inspired Single “Heart Attack”
It’s been just under a month since Boy Named Banjo released their sensational, catchy single “Heart Attack.” Now, the UMG Nashville band has dropped a music video accompanying this song. Consisting of Barton Davies, Ford Garrard, Sam McCullough, Willard Logan and William Reames, this rising group has already built a fanbase across multiple genres. Whether you like pop, country, soul, or Americana, they’ve got something for you.
Written in collaboration with Ryan Tyndell and Jeff Hyde, and produced by Oscar Charles, “Heart Attack” allows the band’s Tennessean roots to shine. However, it highlights their fun personality and dynamic just as much, in some of their most traditional yet energetic work yet.
“We were all drawn to that driving bluegrass lick and felt this song was the perfect song to pay tribute to our grassy roots, while also leaning farther into our progressive country sound,” explained Davies.
“‘Heart Attack’ is also the perfect vehicle for us to showcase the energy we have when we perform live," added Reames.
True to their word, Boy Named Banjo created a bona fide “barn-burner” with Heart Attack. With a sound that is equal parts mainstream and old-school bluegrass, the quintet brings a fun and unique voice to country music. The music video captures the ambience and energy of this irresistible song well. We’re obsessed with this incredible band’s work this far, and can’t wait to see where they go next!