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Against The Current Is Seeing Red With New Music Video for “good guy”

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Our love for Against The Current runs strong and we’re going to be replaying their new music video over and over again. We’ve been in love with “good guy” since the band dropped the new single last week. Their tour kicked off immediately after the single’s release and we are itching to hear “good guy” live. 

Now we have the next best thing because the music video for “good guy” is officially here. The entire video is full of aesthetically pleasing red fabric flowing, butterflies, and plenty of middle fingers. Chrissy Costanza is truly captivating. It’s as if she’s singing right at you and sharing her passion. The music video is simple but powerful, leaving you with the energy to get up and dance (or punch something). 

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The music video has been up for hardly any time at all, and fans are already reeling over it. One fan said, “Can’t believe after years, they still sound as great, thank you guys for the song to bless our ears.” While others are saying things like, “I only discovered this band 2 weeks ago and that same day I ordered tickets for the coming show in Amsterdam. Tysm for making this amazing music!” and “It just keeps getting better!” It’s clear that everyone is on the same page—ATC is only getting better from here. 

Against The Current also announced that they’ll be adding VIP tickets to their Sacramento, Chicago, Columbus, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, and Baltimore shows after high fan demand. The limited tickets will go on sale at 6 PM ET/3 PM PT today and you can grab your tickets here

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