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Head over Heels (The Washboard Union song)
|"Head over Heels"|
|File:In My Bones Album Cover.jpeg|
|Single by The Washboard Union|
|from the album In My Bones|
|Released||July 10, 2015|
|Format||CD and Digital|
|Label||Slaight Music/Warner Music Canada|
|Songwriter(s)||The Washboard Union|
|The Washboard Union singles chronology|
"Head over Heels" is a country song written and recorded by the Canadian country group The Washboard Union, released in 2016 on the In My Bones (EP) album. Head over Heels is the sixth song of the album.
Aaron Grain, Chris Duncombe, David Roberts and Nashville songwriter Phil Barton composed this delightful song and did a great job of bringing this story to life.
The song holds a sweet message of a man who is hopelessly in love with a woman.
The video depicts a roadie (Andrew Tkach) for a band during the recording process, falls in love with The Band's assistant (Amara Kremblewski). The band (The Washboard Union) negotiates a new record contact with The Negotiator (Paul Biro). While recording the record, with Multi Platinum Producer (Clay St. Thomas) and Dreamy Studio Musicians (Mr. Eric Davis-Drums & Mr. Carl Davis-Bass) the Roadie gets distracted every time he sees the girl. One scene he's watching the girl and pours hot coffee over his hand anther scene reminiscence of The Lady and The Tramp they are both winding speaker cables only to meet in the middle and ending in the recording studio control room holding hands.
"The music video was all shot in the Armoury Studio in Vancouver which is a legendary place for both Canadian and America music alike,” says Chris Duncombe.
- Aaron Grain – Guitar, Vocals
- Chris Duncombe – Guitar, Banjo, Vocals
- David Roberts – Washboard, Mandolin, Vocals
"Head over Heels" peaked at number 18 on the CAN Country Chart.
- "Washboard Union Album & Song Chart History – Canada Country". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved February 19, 2016.
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