Georgia hard rockers CEO are releasing another music video for a song from their debut album “Redemption.” “Black Hearts” showcases the softer side of the band and is the longest track on the album. The song has been a fan favorite since the album’s release and the band decided to shoot a video for the track after the audience received positive response. The video – shot in black and white and transitions to color – shows the band playing as the ‘black hearts’ story unfolds behind them. The song’s video can be viewed here: [LINK – embedded below].

Since the album’s release we’ve had more requests to do a video for this song than any other, so we knew it had to be something special. Watch until the end. Hope the audience enjoys it as much as we enjoyed doing», Explains singer and founder Mack Mullins.

The CEO – consisting of Mack Mullins on vocals, Vince Hornsby (Sevendust) on bass, Chase Brown and Beau Anderson on guitar and Joseph Herman on drums – released their debut album ‘Redemption’ on June 25 via Rat Pak Records. From the catchy guitar riff of the opening album “Twin Flame” to the final vocal melody of the closer album “Alone and Dead”, the CEO has created a sound that perfectly matches today’s Active Rock radio. hui. Songs like “Behind These Eyes”, “The Storm” and “Casting Shadows” highlight the hard side of the band. The group explores their softer side on “Black Hearts,” the album’s longest track and a song that is sure to be a fan favorite. The first single is the rocking title song “Redemption” and the song and video will be released in the near future. ‘Redemption’ was produced by Michael “Elvis” Baskette (Mammoth WVH, Alter Bridge, Sevendust, Myles Kennedy, Tremonti). “Redemption” is now available in various package configurations here: [LINK].

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