Phosphorescent's newest single, "Ride On/Right On," has been given the video treatment and is now ready for your viewing pleasure. Taken from the indie band's latest album, Muchacho, the track is a driving, boozy tune with just enough Southern twang and plenty of enthusiastic yelps. The video is simple but effective, combining the rural cowboy with the city skyline of New York. Frontman Matthew Houck wears a white, bedazzled cowboy outfit - complete with cowboy hat - while standing in front of a blue curtain on a stage. He eventually pulls away the curtain to reveal the twinkling city lights of Manhattan, made even brighter by colorful fireworks over the bay.
Check out Phosphorescent's recent performance of "Ride On/Right On" - as well as lead single "Song For Zula - from the Pitchfork Music Festival. You can see the band on tour as well, as they go through Europe before making it to North America. They'll be on tour for the rest of the year.
Muchacho is available on iTunes now.