Old Dominion is bringing their latest single, “Some People Do,” to life with the release of an emotive new music video.
Directed by Mason Allen, the clip was inspired by celebrity men’s groomer Jason Schneidman, who gives back to the homeless community in Los Angeles by offering free haircuts to those in need. Schneidman, who was previously homeless and once battled a drug addiction, also funds scholarships to rehab centers as a way to give back.
In February, the members of Old Dominion traveled to L.A. where they joined Schneidman to provide haircuts, food and clothing to those in need. Their work was captured by Allen in the just-released video.
“Some People Do” is the latest single from Old Dominion’s 2019 self-titled album. The song was co-written by OD’s Matthew Ramsey alongside Thomas Rhett Jesse Frazier and Shane McAnally.
“It’s a breaking point song about- I don’t care who you are, if you are in this business you are hurting people, or you wind up hurting people that you love, and whether that be just with your travel, or maybe you are drinking too much,” Ramsey recently explained in an interview with his record label. “So the want to change is there, and I think inherently we’re all good people and want to be good people and it’s about that want to the best person for the people that you love.”
Click above to watch the brand new music video.
To learn more about Jason Schneidman’s Men’s Groomer Foundation, click HERE.