Nashville TN – “Bible Belt Kid” the new video from, Flatland Revival debuted last Friday on the band’s Youtube page. The song was written by the band’s Casey Edgar along with co-writers, Sherrie Austin and Will Rembeaux and is being released on Go Long Entertainment.
The band’s frontman and founder, Casey Edgar’s story is like that of many acts that have come to Nashville in search of a music career and the lyrics in “Bible Belt Kid” provide insight into Casey’s background and the temptation that comes along in one’s life.
With lines like those in the final verse,
That Saturday night sinner Sunday mornin’ saint
Just tryin’ to make it home before they close the gate
A true believin’ sceptic trying to learn how to forgive
Guess I’ll always be that bible belt kid
The song is in many ways an anthem for those that aren’t afraid to let loose, but in the end, always come back to their roots and faith.
The video was directed by Logen Christopher of Stormlight Pictures, LLC, Hope with Karwoski producing. Legends Corner on Nashville’s Lower Broadway serves as the backdrop as you watch Casey’s growth as an artist, the temptations that try to lead him astray and the strength of his devotion.
“Bible Belt Kid” is the follow up to their last single, “Lost in the Summer Night” which was featured on multiple Spotify playlists including, the 2020 Fresh Finds Country playlist, Wild Country and Next from Nashville.
About Flatland Revival
Casey Edgar, lead singer for the new Country-rock band, Flatland Revival is from Stroud, Oklahoma, a small town nestled in the heart of the great American highway, Route 66. Just like the picturesque highway, Edgar’s songs are populated with vivid scenes and characters straight out of the American heartland. He brought his guitar and his experiences growing up on the Oklahoma plains to Nashville Tennessee, where he has honed his writing style with many of the city’s top tunesmiths, and perfected his performing skills in the honkey-tonks of Nashville’s Lower Broadway. “Nashville is a very inspiring place to live,” says Edgar, “it has a way of pushing artists to their full potential. And the hard work reflects the heritage of Country Music.”
After a string of single releases, Flatland Revival is on the verge of releasing their debut EP “Bible Belt Kid.”