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'Dreamland' Music Video

Dreamland is the lead track on the self-titled debut album by The Old Country Crows. A sharp slice of pop within the classic three-minute time frame this song, with clever lyrics and a catchy melody, hooks the listener right from the gentle opening chords of the acoustic guitar. Reviewed by Chris Beck in the March/April 2014 issue of the excellent UK based Country/Americana Maverick magazine the album received a three-star rating. The song was included as track ten on the accompanying covermount cd of the issue. The video was filmed on two freezing cold days in a forest on the outskirts of Canterbury in November and December 2013 by Anton French of AF Film.

'Another Christmas Song' Music Video

Released on Tuesday 20th November 2018 the video was filmed and produced once again by Anton French of AF Film. The band was assembled at OS Dover Studios for the filming. The video is the lead track from The Old Country Crow's Christmas EP of 2017 entitled Another Christmas Song featuring well-known Kent legend Steve Moreham on violin. The song bristles with Christmas spirit from beginning to end and highlights the experience of Christmas for people from different walks of life. The question asked is whether Christmas still retains the magic of past years and, if it does, then let's all enjoy it !

The video is dedicated to family and friends no longer with us but still with us all in our Christmas's of years gone by. 

'That's All I know' Music Video

Released on 17th March 2020 the song is the lead track on the Behind The Rain album. "Western nights and lazy days" is the backdrop to this laid-back, catchy, relaxed, country-folk number with an acoustic-based backbone and intricate, weaving mandolin lines enveloping the main riff. So, saddle up and head on down to this one-horse town. The video was filmed and produced by Kevin Thorpe of Big Jam Studios situated in Sittingbourne, Kent. Kevin also mixed and mastered the Behind The Rain album.  

'Walls Come Down' Music Video

Released on 1st April 2024 the song is the lead track on the Invisible Highway album. Walls Come Down is a country-rock driven number complete with the band's trademark thick, round country-style lick that resonates throughout the song and which has a sound-vibe that only a Fender Telecaster can produce. Playing keyboards on the track is Bryan Orwell.


The video was produced by Jack Norris of Papercrane Recordings based in Canterbury, Kent and filmed at the studios of Century Audio, Minster, Kent. 

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