Today we’re pleased to bring you the exclusive video premiere for the track “Take Care of Me”, from the Atlanta-based folk rock trio, Highbeams. The video, which is for the single that was released late last week, features a charmingly cheerful and amiable animated video that was animated and directed by Tony Desantis. Musically, the song is an inspiration from acts like Shakey Graves and the Avett Brothers.
Take Care of Me” is about self doubt, and letting the fear of failure keep you stagnant. Not letting go of something (or someone) because you’re afraid, when moving on would make your life a whole lot better. But, it’s not that easy sometimes.
The song is the band’s first single release in 2021, and the trio is expected to have some new singles, which will release in the upcoming months ahead. The single is now available on all streaming platforms, including Spotify and Itunes.
The guys also have a few shows coming up with one at the Bowery Station in Apalachicola FL, tommrow and on Feb 20th at the Scallop Republic in Port St. Joe, Fl
They are a trio of brothers and best friends, Highbeams have lit up stages across the southeast with their emotive, high-energy performances and rich three part harmonies. These travelers perform hundreds of shows across the Southeast every year; including opening slots for acts like Vertical Horizon, Chase Bryant, Col Bruce Hampton, and the Grammy nominated, Brothers Osborne.
The band constantly adds to their extensive body of work, all released through their own record label: Blanket Fort. Today the band continues to tour behind their newest album, Keep Meaning It, and a handful of new singles.
Highbeams are Adam Pendlington, Ian Pendlington, and Stephen Quinn.