The Railers Roll Out ’90s-Inspired Music Video for “11:59 (Central Standard Time)” [Watch]

The Railers Roll Out ’90s-Inspired Music Video for “11:59 (Central Standard Time)” [Watch]

The Railers—Jonathan, Jordan and Cassandra Lawson—rolled out a new video for their single, “11:59 (Central Standard Time),” which is one of the Top 10 most added songs at country radio this week.

The new video pops with the energy of the 1990s as the trio takes their musical talents to the rink for some old-school rollerskating and break-dancing.

“We’re excited about this song,” said Jonathan to NCD. “We spent a long time looking for the right song that we felt like was a hit for country radio, but also something that creatively we could bring something to the table on. We wrote and wrote and wrote, and we listened to a ton of songs that our friends had written. It was actually on the way back from Missouri one night that ‘11:59’ was a on a CD that a friend had sent over of songs he had written. We listened to it and we all kind of looked at each other like, ‘I think this might be it.’ We listened again, and a few more times, and then we called our producer at midnight and said, ‘You have to hold this song right now, this is gonna be the single. We’ve got to go cut it.’”

“That moment, we believed in the song fully,” added Jordan.

“I feel like it’s the perfect time to release it, because it’s been a heavy year for everybody and we just wanted to release something that could bring everyone together, regardless of beliefs,” said Cassandra. “The video is so much fun. It’s got a lot of energy.”

Watch the new video for “11:59 (Central Standard Time)” below.

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