NASHVILLE, TENN. – Country rocker Kasey Tyndall brings her latest single “Babies” to life through an explosive new music video out everywhere today. The “hard-rock country badass” (Rolling Stone) lives up to her name as she lights a fire to society’s timeline in this honest track about following a different timeline to settle down. Tyndall uses a dollhouse to show the different visions of her life, one with a husband and kids and the other as an artist. By the end of the video, she’s burned the dollhouse to the ground and the guilt she carried in choosing her own independent path.
“I wanted to find a way to showcase all of the ‘expectations’ of someone my age,” Tyndall shares. “So we came up with the dollhouse, which was inspired by ’13 Going On 30.’ Each room showcased a different expectation and Emma Golden brought it to life in the magical way that she does… and of course I had to set it on fire!”
Directed by Golden, this video stays true to Tyndall’s “rock forward style” (Country Now) and her “bold approach to Country music” (Country Central) which stands out in the emotionally charged video. Produced by Derek Wells and written by Tyndall, Smith Ahnquist and Gary Garris, “Babies” marks her second single and music video release of 2022 following “Jesus and Joan Jett.”
Tyndall wrapped up the spring leg of Drake White’s Optimystic Tour, which concluded on May 20, in Nashville, Tenn. at a sold-out Brooklyn Bowl show. Following her CMA Fest Spotlight Stage debut, the Greenville, N.C. native has a summer filled with festival performances. For upcoming dates, click here and keep up with her on Instagram, Twitter and TikTok.