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JD McPherson Premieres "Head Over Heels" Music Video

JD McPherson Premieres

JD McPherson has unveiled the music video for "Head Over Heels," the latest single from his 2015 album, Let the Good Times Roll.

“We set up our equipment in a roller rink in South Oklahoma City, invited a bunch of folks who skate there regularly, and tried to channel the Sonics," McPherson said. "It was a fun shoot.”

McPherson and his longtime band—bassist Jimmy Sutton (the Four Charms), drummer Jason Smay (Los Straitjackets), keyboardist Ray Jacildo and multi-instrumentalist Doug Corcoran—are in the midst of an extensive tour, including a just-added date at New York City's Webster Hall October 9. See below for complete details.

Let the Good Times Roll, the followup to 2012's Signs and Signifiers, was released February 10 via Rounder Records.

For more about McPherson, visit jdmcpherson.com.

2015 JD McPherson Tour Dates:

June 16 /// London, United Kingdom /// KOKO
June 17 /// Manchester, United Kingdom /// Academy 2
June 18 /// Brighton, United Kingdom /// Concorde2
June 19 /// Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain /// Azkena Rock Festival
June 21 /// Minneapolis, MN /// Rock the Garden Festival
June 24 /// Nottingham, United Kingdom /// Nottingham Rescue Rooms
June 26 /// Somerset, United Kingdom /// Glastonbury Festival
June 27 /// Amersterdam, Netherlands /// Down the Rabbit Hole
July 2 /// Berwyn, IL /// FitzGerald’s American Music Festival
July 4 /// St. Paul, MN /// Macalester College
July 22 /// Baltimore, MD /// Baltimore Soundstage
July 23 /// Dewey Beach, DE /// Bottle & Cork
July 24 /// Camden, NJ /// WXPN’s XPoNential Festival
July 25 /// Millvale, PA /// Mr. Smalls
July 26 /// Columbus, OH /// Park Street Saloon
July 30 /// Santa Monica, CA /// Santa Monica Pier
July 31 /// San Francisco, CA /// Great American Music Hall
August 1 /// Happy Valley, OR /// PICKATHON
August 2 /// Happy Valley, OR /// PICKATHON
August 28 /// Fayetteville, AR /// Fayetteville Roots Festival
August 30 /// Florence, MA /// Amourasaurus
October 9 /// New York City, NY /// Webster Hall

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