Jack The Radio Debuts ‘Getting Good’ Video

Courtesy: 37-Media

Country rock band Jack The Radio debuted the video for its latest single this week.

The band debuted the video for its new single ‘Getting Good’ Tuesday through cowbowsindians.com.  The video goes in the studio with the band and guest vocalist Lydia Loveless as they record the song, which focuses on the matter of looking at the bright side of failure.

Front man George Hage talked about the song’s lyrical theme during his interview with cowboysindians.com, pointing out it stemmed from a personal experience.

“I wrote ‘Getting Good’ after parting ways with another group,” said Hage. “The full line is “Getting good at getting fired,” … which is a tongue-in-cheek way to make light of things. I’ve been fired before and have learned from each experience. Failure seems to teach me things that success misses, so I wanted to paint it in a positive light.”

‘Getting Good’ is the third single from Jack The Radio’s forthcoming album Creatures, which is scheduled for release July 10.  Pre-orders are open now.  Its debut comes less than a month after the band debuted the record’s second single ‘Creatures’ through americansongwriter.com.  The album’s lead single ‘We’re Alright‘ premiered May 29.

More information on Jack The Radio’s new single is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:






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