As part of an online streaming campaign, Old Dominion have released an acoustic video for their new single "No Such Thing as a Broken Heart."
Over the last several days, Old Dominion encouraged fans to stream the song, which was released in March, with the promise that they would unlock a new video. On Thursday the band revealed the video of them performing "No Such Thing" in a recording studio. The lush acoustic arrangement lends a wistful vibe to the song, which encourages all to embrace love as if they'll never get hurt by it.
"Crowds latch onto it very fast," singer Matthew Ramsey recently told Rolling Stone Country. "They wanna sing that [title]."
The band performed the song at last weekend's ACM Awards, where they were nominated for Vocal Group of the Year. "No Such Thing as a Broken Heart" is purported to be from a forthcoming follow-up to 2015's Meat and Candy, though no release details are available yet.
The band is currently on tour through November, with stops at the 2017 iHeartCountry Festival and CMA Fest along the way.