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Corb Lund “Run This Town” Official Video

YouTube premiere of the new video “Run This Town” from the new album ‘Things That Can’t Be Undone’ available now

Corb Lund’s releases cinematic video for “Run This Town”

Heads on tour across North America & Europe in support of new album
Things That Can’t Be Undone, produced by Dave Cobb

LOS ANGELES, CA – Corb Lund’s cinematic video for “Run This Town” premiered exclusively on CMT and CMT Canada across all the networks’ platforms: CMT Pure,, CMT Mobile and CMT Social Media. Directed by Joshua Shoemaker (Hurray for the Riff Raff, The Deslondes), the video was shot in a style similar to Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu’s film “Birdman”, giving it the effect of one continuous shot. It features Lund reminiscing about a relationship that could have been, if they were just able to get on the same page. “If I’d have sped up and you’d have slowed down/You and me together coulda run this town,” Lund sings as the camera moves around him and his lost love, played by Nashville singer/songwriter Erin Rae, who seamlessly appears and disappears, as the lighting shifts from vivid blue to red.

“Run This Town” is just one of the many standouts from Lund’s album, Things That Can’t Be Undone, which was produced by Dave Cobb who also helmed Chris Stapleton’s #1 record, Traveller. Released in October on New West Records, Lund’s latest LP quickly shot to #10 on the Americana Radio Music Chart in just three weeks and is currently in the top 10 alongside Jason Isbell, Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin, Patty Griffin, Don Henley and Los Lobos.

Lund fulfilled a dream earlier this week, opening for the legendary Merle Haggard in Texas. In December, he will bring his tour to the Western United States with shows in Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle and throughout Montana, Wyoming and the Rockies. He returns to Europe in January for shows in the UK, Germany and the Netherlands, marking his first European tour in more than three years. Later that month he will embark on an extensive 23-date Canadian tour including stops in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Regina, Winnipeg, London, Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto.

Nov 19 – CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – Brewster St. Icehouse
Dec 1 – LOS ANGELES, CA – Bootleg Theatre
Dec 2 – SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA – SLO Brewing Company
Dec 3 – BERKELEY, CA – Freight and Salvage
Dec 4 – ALTURAS, CA – Niles Hotel
Dec 5 – SUTTER CREEK, CA – Sutter Creek Provisions
Dec 8 – PORTLAND, OR – Mississippi Studios
Dec 9 – SEATTLE, WA – Tractor Tavern
Dec 10 – MISSOULA, MT – Badlander
Dec 11 – JACKSON, WY – Pink Garter Theatre
Dec 12 – BUTTE, MT – The Butte Depot
Jan 6 – NIJMEGEN, NL – Merleyn
Jan 7 – AMSTERDAM, NL – Paradiso Grote Zaal
Jan 8 – DEN HAAG, NL – Het Paard
Jan 9 – HAMBURG, DE – Sound Yard
Jan 10 – HOORN, NL – Het Huis verLoren
Jan 13 – BRIGHTON, UK – Bleach
Jan 14 – BATH, UK – Chapel Arts Centre
Jan 15 – GLASGOW, UK – Broadcast
Jan 16 – EASTON, UK – The Moonshine Bar & Theatre
Jan 17 – LONDON, UK – Upstairs At The Garage
Jan 26 – VICTORIA, BC – McPherson Playhouse
Jan 27 – COURTENAY, BC – Florence Filberg Centre
Jan 28 – DUNCAN, BC – Cowichan Performing Arts Centre
Jan 29 – VANCOUVER, BC – Commodore Ballroom
Jan 30 – VANCOUVER, BC – Commodore Ballroom
Jan 31 – MISSION, BC – Clarke Foundation Theatre
Feb 02 – NELSON, BC – Capitol Theatre
Feb 03 – REVELSTOKE, BC – Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre
Feb 04 – BANFF, AB – The Banff Centre
Feb 05 – CALGARY, AB – Jack Singer Concert Hall
Feb 06 – EDMONTON, AB – Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
Feb 07 – MEDICINE HAT, AB – Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre
Feb 08 – SASKATOON, SK – O’Brians Event Centre
Feb 09 – REGINA, SK – Casino Regina
Feb 10 – WINNIPEG, MB – Burton Cummings Theatre
Feb 12 – ELLIOT LAKE, ON – Lester B Pearson Civic Centre
Feb 13 – ST. CATHERINES, ON – Partridge Concert Hall
Feb 15 – LONDON, ON – London Music Hall
Feb 16 – PETERBOROUGH, ON – The Venue Peterborough
Feb 17 – MONTREAL, ON – Theatre Fairmount
Feb 18 – KINGSTON, ON – Grand Theatre
Feb 19 – OTTAWA, ON – National Arts Centre
Feb 20 – TORONTO, ON – Winter Garden Theatre
About Things That Can’t Be Undone

An ambitious, stylistically diverse and frequently surprising collection, Things That Can’t Be Undone, finds Lund pushing his wry observations, darkly biting tales, rural balladry and keen storytelling into musically and thematically new terrain, resulting in what many have called the best album of his accomplished career. Recorded with his long time band The Hurtin’ Albertans (Grant Siemens on electric guitar and lap steel, Kurt Ciesla on bass and Brady Valgardson on drums), the album is a self-assured and mature set of songs that pairs Lund’s characteristically sharp songcraft and mix of earnest Americana, rollicking honky tonk and rousing alt-country with ’60s rock, soul, and some Eastern psychedelia.

The record has received rave reviews in the US, Canada and UK with MOJO writing, “It’s great credit to both Lund and his versatile backing band, The Hurtin’ Albertans, that such see-sawing through genres can sound so much like a singular piece of work.” NPR hailed it as “the high mark of a long career” in their “Songs We Love” premiere of the powerful “Sadr City,” a tragic tale about the Siege of Sadr City, the first big flare-up of sectarian violence in Iraq after Mission Accomplished. The song continues Lund’s tradition of military songs that he began in with his 2007 album, Horse Soldier! Horse Soldier! Rolling Stone Country, who also premiered the Stax Records-steeped album opener “Weight Of The Gun,” a sort of Louis L’Amour Western tale crossed with Motown, recently singled out Lund for their November “10 New Country Artists You Need To Know” feature and declared the album is “poised to help the singer-songwriter reach an even wider audience.” In Popmatters’ 8/10 review they said, “Melodically engaging and narratively compelling, Things That Can’t Be Undone furthers the case for Corb Lund as one of the best contemporary country songwriters.”

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