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Aug 5

Watch an Exclusive Behind-The-Scenes Peek at Thompson Square’s New Video

Thompson Square on the set of their "Everything I Shouldn't Be Thinking About" video

Thompson Square on the set of their “Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking About” video. Photo courtesy of Dashboard Media.

Thompson Square fans will be treated to a new, exclusive peek behind the scenes of the duo’s video for the hit “Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking About” tomorrow on Great American Country’s The Daily Countdown.

The featurette, directed by Glenn Sweitzer, gives fans an intimate glimpse into Keifer and Shawna Thompson’s day on the set of “Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking About,” which was shot on location at the late country legend Patsy Cline’s final home in North Nashville. From Twister games to food fights, Thompson Square take the fans on a guided tour of the set and share some of the videos most special moments – and how they came to be.

The GAC Daily Countdown episode will air at 6 a.m., Noon and 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday, August 6.

Directed by Chris Hicky, the official video for “Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking About” allowed the duo to show off the carefree, fun-loving energy that has captivated fans at Thompson Square’s live shows and earned then both ACM and CMA “Duo of the Year” honors. In the video, real-life married duo Keifer and Shawna star as a spirited married couple living in the suburbs of the 1950s. The two young lovebirds shock their conservative (and nosy) next-door neighbors as the couple’s scandalously flirtatious ways impact their – and their neighbors’ – everyday lives.

“Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking About” is already a Top 40 hit at country radio and is the follow-up to Thompson Square’s gold-certified, No. 1 smash “If I Didn’t Have You.”   Both songs appear on Thompson Square’s new album, Just Feels Good. Read our review of Just Feels Good >>

Want to see “Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking About” on GAC? Search for the video airtimes >>


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