LOCASH world premieres “Don’t Get Better Than That” video

With the scenic backdrop of Southern California behind them, Reviver Records’ party-starting duo LOCASH toasted to life’s unforgettable moments in the brand new video for “Don’t Get Better Than That,” which world premiered Friday on ETonline.com. The up-tempo celebratory song – penned by the duo’s Chris Lucas and Preston Brust (alongside Phil Barton and Lindsay Rimes) – serves as the first single from their forthcoming album and is currently climbing the Country charts.

Directed by TK McKamy, the video features LOCASH living it up in a mountaintop paradise and “sippin’ on a sunset” with George Dickel Tennessee Whisky beside a bonfire. Tune in to Entertainment Tonight this weekend to see a clip, and check out ETonline.com for a behind-the-scenes look on set and an interview with the pair.

The duo will also appear as guests on this weekend’s episode of CMT Hot 20 Countdown, airing Saturday (3/31) and Sunday (4/1) at 9 a.m. ET/8 a.m. CT. Lucas and Brust catch up with co-host Cody Alan and partake in a competitive game of Flip Cup.

LOCASH will keep the party going in Las Vegas, performing at the ACM Party For A Cause: Tailgate Party at Stoney’s Rockin’ Country on Saturday, April 14. Then, the twosome will vie for ACM Vocal Duo of the Year at the 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards, broadcasted live on the CBS Television Network on Sunday, April 15.

Kicking off this weekend as direct support for Billy Currington’s 2018 tour, the “fantastic performers” (The New York Times) will join the Country hit maker in Wallingford, CT (3/30) and Hampton Beach, NH (3/31). They’ll continue to support Currington throughout the summer, while also headlining shows and appearing at high-profile festivals including CMA Fest, Country LakeShake, Faster Horses, Watershed and more.

For additional information on LOCASH, please visit www.locashmusic.com

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