Walker County threw one heck of a house party for their “Bits & Pieces” music video.
The sister duo, comprised of Ivy Dene (lead vocals) and Sophie Dawn (vocals, percussion), brought their newest single to life with a video that features a whole lot of confetti, good friends and some cheap tequila.
Serving as their first single to be sent to country radio, “Bits & Pieces” is a special song for the CMT Next Women of Country and Listen Up artists.
“This song is what we think the world needs right now. After being locked up in our homes for the past year, a crazy night making memories with friends is what we all have been missing!” Ivy shared with PEOPLE. “‘Bits & Pieces’ is our first single to go to country radio, and we couldn’t be more excited to share it with the world. It showcases our fun-loving spirit and introduces people to the Walker County sound… and there’s a lot more where that came from! Let’s party it up, y’all!”
Directed by Bobby Hanaford, the video for their newest single was a true party.
“We had the best time filming this music video in LA!” Ivy added. “It was a blast creating that super fun, house party vibe – and, of course, it’s always amazing when Sophie gets to rock out on drums. Our director Bobby Hanaford did an amazing job capturing the ‘good time’ feel that all of us are looking forward to this summer. That’s really what ‘Bits & Pieces’ is all about. Good times with good friends!”
Fans can look forward to seeing the pair on the road for the CMT Next Women of Country: Tanya Tucker’s Bring My Flowers Now Tour this August, as well as select dates for Old Dominion’s tour.
Click above to watch the “Bits & Pieces” music video.