Nashville band ‘Old Dominion’ chats about their new album

One of the hottest bands out of Nashville with eight No. 1 country singles and over a billion streams sits down with the “GMA” hosts to talk about what they’re up to this summer.
2:50 | 07/03/20

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Transcript for Nashville band ‘Old Dominion’ chats about their new album
Time now for our summer concert series. We have one of the hottest bands out of Nashville with eight number one country singles and over a billion streams, old dominion. We've got three of the five members joining us. We'll call that a strong majority this morning. Matthew Ramsey, Trevor Rosen and geoff sprung. They are going to sing for us in just a moment but first we want to talk about everything. Matthew, I want to start with you. You guys had to actually cancel your tour, delay it until 2021 but I understand that somehow in the process you actually got closer to your fans. Talk about that. Yeah, I mean obviously this is the longest we've been home in probably seven, eight years and, you know, without playing shows so we have to find some way to connect and we do a celebratory shot before our shows where we do a little shot of tequila and play the shot but have taken to social media and do those shots virtually and our fans all kind of join in, they send us pictures, you know, on Twitter and on Instagram of them, you know, with us on a TV screen taking a shot. It's a cool way for us to still be a part of their lives. Geoff, I understand that you're selling old dominion face masks as a band. How popular are those these Yeah, actually I just found out about these last week from my mom. She's -- I think they're preordered right now. So I don't think you can get them quite yet. She wants the inside track. You can't hook your mom up? Come on? That seems unlikely. Go on the website, mom. Give your mom a mask. Trevor, you guys will sing "Some people do." The music video you made for that song is so moving. How did you guys come up with telling the story? We featured a friend of ours, Jason, snideman, a hairstylist and makeup person we work with and goes by the men's groomer and has this foundation where he goes out to the homeless people in the L.A. Area and gives them free haircuts and he's a recovering addict so if they seem like they are ready to turn things around he'll help them and it was such a cool thing he does that when we were trying to think of ideas for this video, it just seemed to match the message to the song so we featured that and went out there with him and went out and fed some homeless people, gave clothing and watched them do haircuts and it was just really compelling music video but it was also something just, a way for us to give back and do something. We're playing some video of that right there. Some really moving pictures but we want to jump right to it. We will hear a song from old dominion's self-titled album. Here's "Never be sorry."

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