Farewell Angelina Bring the Beach Vibes to 'More Problems' Video: Exclusive

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Farewell Angelina escape to the beach in the picturesque new music video for “More Problems,” which Billboard premieres exclusively today (Sept. 5). The infectious tune has the band of longtime friends singing of how its content with what it has and the group won’t be dreaming of a rich and famous lifestyle. “Hey you know what they say, more money, more problems,” Farewell Angelina sing on the track.

Written by Farewell Angelina’s Ashley Gearing with Curt Gibbs and Will Nance, “More Problems” has the country quartet embracing a low-key day with “some sunshine, some cheap wine.” Alongside warm pop-country production, stunning harmonies and a sing along chorus, “More Problems” is an earworm that’s the perfect respite to the end of summer.

The video for “More Problems” was filmed in Florida with breathtaking views of the ocean. Throughout the three-minute clip, Farewell Angelina is spotted strolling on the beach and exploring the area with the top down.   

“We all agreed, shooting the video was the best day we have ever spent as a band,” Farewell Angelina tell Billboard. “Dancing around 30A in the sun, our shoot day didn’t feel like work at all. That’s pretty normal for us though because of the beautiful essence of working everyday with your sisters. This song really shows our carefree, sassy and fun attitude that goes along with the rolling party we have all the time on the road.” 

A band with the motto “good vibes only,” Farewell Angelina is made up of Gearing, Nicole Witt, Andrea Young, and Lisa Torres. This laidback view on life can be heard within the song’s lyrics, including their favorite line, “And all that stressin, it’s too expensive, you can’t ask for more without the price to pay.” 

Watch the video for “More Problems” below.

 

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