Not a big fan either, Shawn. WAY too much moving of the camera and then all the out-of-focus shots was way too confusing. I didn't like it....BUT I STILL LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the song!
...But I do think it shows how rowdy....err...."rabid" the fans are these days...WOW.
It's a great video - you can almost feel like you're there. But the camera does move way too much and too fast!
Well, EC looks fantastic...as do the rest of the guys...Marshall is, as always, just as cute as pie...but I have to say that the way the camera moves over the crowd makes me feel like I have vertigo...love hearing the crowd giving it back though...very cool!
I think this video definitely captures a live show perfectly. It is simply awesome! Love how you can hear the crowd singing at some points too. However, I wish it wasn't as shaky and all over the place but it is still an awesome video! Can't wait for every one else to see it!
with all the shaking!
I can't wait for other country peeps to get a look at it. It's an awesome way to show what a "real" EC concert is like. KICK A$$!!
Anyone know when this video is scheduled to be released? I was at both shows and had a room at the casino overlooking the stage so I got to watch them film til after 2 in the morning. It was great! The shows were the best of all 19 shows I've been too! Tremendous amount of excitement BOTH nights but Friday night's show was the all time leader on my charts!!!
Drink And My Fans: Eric Church fans get the credit for inspiring his current single "Drink In My Hand." "We were on tour with Miranda Lambert at the time, and we had just walked offstage and saw our fans put their beers in the air," Church recalls. "You could just tell that they had worked all week, and this was their moment to let all that wash away. That just became a really good song born from our fans." Cup-toting concertgoers also star in the song's music video, which was filmed during back-to-back sold-out Church concerts. His reps tell us that the shoot was totally spur-of-the-moment as the crowds were so great they decided to film on-the-spot.