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Whitney have released a new video for ‘Valleys (My Love)’

It's about life on the road.
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Published: 9:28 am, July 17, 2019
Whitney have released a new video for ‘Valleys (My Love)’

Whitney have released a new video for ‘Valleys (My Love)’, shot in Portland.

It’s a track from the duo’s new album ‘Forever Turned Around’, due 30th August via Secretly Canadian.

“The concept of ‘life on the road’ itself is romantic in nature, however anyone who has been there knows that it can be a lonely place,” says director Nick Woytuk.

“For ‘Valleys (My Love)’ we document the life of a commercial truck driver. The video demonstrates the correlation of traveling for work and the band's own personal experiences on tour.”

Watch ‘Valleys (My Love)’ below, and catch the band at Green Man this August. They’ll also perform a short UK tour in November.

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