Riley Green Debuts Sentimental ‘If It Wasn’t For Trucks’ Music Video

Riley Green; Photo Courtesy CMA
Riley Green; Photo Courtesy CMA
Riley Green; Photo Courtesy CMA

Riley Green is bringing his new single, “If It Wasn’t For Trucks,” to life with a reflective new music video

Directed by Jim Wright, the clip finds the rising star looking back on pivotal moments in his life, from his first truck, to his first love. The sentimental music video follows the song’s storyline and even features Green as the main character.

“’If It Wasn’t For Trucks’ was written with a lot of life moments in mind,” ACM New Male Artist of the Year shares. “Young love. Getting away from the world. We did a flashback from current time to when I was younger, so I think fans will get a look at how reflective this song and video are for me.”

Riley Green co-wrote “If It Wasn’t For Trucks” with Randy Montana and Erik Dylan. The song appears on his latest EP.

With the majority of tour dates off the books, Green has been keeping in touch with fans via his bi-weekly YouTube Golden Saw Series, presented by Busch.  Click HERE for more.

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