the driver era feel you now video
[Photo via YouTube/Gordy Destjeor]

The Driver Era are keeping plenty busy between touring and new tunes. Brothers Rocky and Ross Lynch brought fans into their world for their latest “Feel You Now” video capturing life on the road.

“This is our favorite tour we’ve been on,” Ross previously explained in an interview with AP. “We really love the music we’re making together, and it seems like the fans are loving it too. We have a lot of songs that are cocked and loaded. Now it’s just time to get them out.”

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The genre-defying band previously released singles “Preacher Man,” “Afterglow” and “Low,” as well as the track featured in their latest music video, “Feel You Now.”

“So far, every song we’ve released seems to fit into a different genre than the one we released before it,” Rocky says. “It branches into that electronic-pop, and then two minutes in, it washes into this Beatles-esque thing.

“It just keeps everything fresh,” he continues. “You don’t know what you’re going to get when you’re on our Spotify page, and we really like that.”

The new music video features footage of the brothers on the road, playing onstage and getting into all sorts of shenanigans along the way. The band recruited their 16-year-old cousin Gordy Destjeor to capture and compile the behind-the-scenes look at their life.

Even though they’ve had to juggle with scheduling because of tour and TV appearances with Ross appearing as Harvey Kinkle on Netflix’s Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina, the duo don’t intend to stop releasing music anytime soon. According to W Magazine, the next few tracks will be a reflection of Ross’ feelings of existentiality.

Check out the music video for “Feel You Now” below!

The band have a few dates left of tour, which you can check out below and grab tickets here.

Dates:

04/16 – Nashville, TN @Mercy Lounge
04/18 – Atlanta, GA @ LOFT
04/20 – Carrboro, NC @ Cat’s Cradle
06/22 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda Theatre

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