DAUGHTRY's 'September' Music Video Debuted
"September" music video from band DAUGHTRY has hit the web. Directed by Chris Sims, it features singer Chris Daughtry, bassist Josh Paul, drummer Robin Diaz and guitarists Brian Craddock and Josh Steely playing live and looking back at their past.
Written by Chris and Josh, "September" is a bittersweet ballad that draws on the "American Idol" alum's experiences growing up in a North Carolina town of 100 people. He said, " 'September' reminds me of my life in Lasker. I loved living there, it built my character, but knew I'd have leave to make something out of my life."
The track is taken from the band's second studio album "Leave This Town" which has been released since May 2009. It is released as the third single from the effort.
DAUGHTRY's "September" music video
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