Americana Highways brings you this video premiere of Annie & Rod Capps’ “(That Would Do) Some Good” from their recent album When They Fall. When They Fall was produced by Annie & Rod Capps, engineered and mixed by Geoff Michael at Big Sky Recording, and mastered by Glenn Brown.
“(That Would Do) Some Good” is both Annie and Rod Capps on both guitar and vocals; and also features Jason Dennie on mandolin and vocals, Daniel Ozzie Andrews on bass; and Michael Shimmin on drums and percussion.
The video was filmed, edited and produced by Annie at their home in Chelsea, Michigan. In a whimsical manner that hearkens back to the stop motion style of early old films, the duo has a picnic against the backdrop of the song. The video style, the picnic, and the song synthesize to create a clear and intense longing for ease and simplicity. Annie and Rod Capps have a knack on display here for conjuring a longing for the simplest of loving experiences.
We had so much fun making this video. Wanted to capture us doing things we don’t do that often cause we’re too busy doing things we think we “should” be doing. That’s what the song is about. It’s a love song and a new take on the old adage “take time to stop and smell the roses.” We’re singing about shutting out the world and making time to just be together. — Annie Capps
Order here: https://maynardmusic.com/product/when-they-fall/
1 thought on “Video Premiere: Annie & Rod Capps “(That Would Do) Some Good””