VIDEO: The Cerny Brothers – “Porch Lights”


The Cerny Brothers have just released their new video for “Porch Lights,” from their highly anticipated upcoming album, Sleeping Giant. The album, recorded at Bear Creek Studios with Jerry Streeter and Ryan Hadlock (Brandi Carlile, The Lumineers), is set for a worldwide on May 12, 2015 via Krian Music Group.

“Porch Lights is about being young, desperate and hungry in a place that can’t contain your ambitions,” guitarist and video director Scott Cerny explains. “We wanted to make a video that told a story of two lovers on the run in the biggest way we could. The need to escape, to run free, to chase that fire, wherever it may lead.” The video premiered with Baeble, but you can view it below:

“Porch Lights” is an incredible track on its own, but the stunning visual aid doesn’t hurt either. Channeling Bonnie & Clyde, this video’s gritty storyline contrasts beautifully with the soft imagery of the song.
The Cerny Brothers are in the middle of their current spring tour with The Giving Tree Band. They play tonight in Phoenix, AZ at the Rhythm Room. The remaining dates of the tour can be found below.
April 9th – Portland, OR – Duff’s Garage
April 12th – Seattle, WA – Sunset Tavern
April 14th – Missoula, MT – Top Hat Lounge
April 15th – Whitefish, MT – The Great Northern
April 16th – Bozeman, MT – Peach Tree Studios
April 17th – Boulder, CO – Owsley’s Golden Road
April 18th – Denver, CO – Los Lake Lounge
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One thought on “VIDEO: The Cerny Brothers – “Porch Lights”

  1. […] you’re looking for your soundtrack to run away from home or to move on with your life, The Cerny Brothers‘ Sleeping Giant is it! With stunning instrumentals, clever lyrics, and pure heart, the band […]

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