Margo Price Releases Striking Video For ‘I’d Die For You’ (Synthphonic)

Margo Price makes her most striking visual statement to date in ‘I’d Die For You’ (Synthphonic).

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Margo Price has released the music video for her riveting synthphonic rendition of ‘I’d Die For You’, delivering an urgent message and her most striking visual statement to date.

Singing to her family about a country overcome with violence, racism, gentrification and healthcare crises, she documents the pursuit of hope amidst the crushing weight of corruption. Between shots of burning flower beds, and the ocean depths she swims through, reaching out for the husband she once thought she’d lose to COVID-19, Margo intersperses images of recent protests fighting for black lives, tornado wreckage in Nashville, the toll exacted by climate change, the struggle for voting rights and more.

Margo calls ‘I’d Die For You’ her more political ‘I Will Always Love You’, and the most important moment of her new record, ‘That’s How Rumors Get Started‘ (Loma Vista Recordings). The song serves as the album’s epic finale, and Margo first performed it at Carnegie Hall’s Tibet House Benefit right before the pandemic hit. A week later, Nashville was devastated by a tornado and Margo performed ‘I’d Die For You’ at a relief concert that ended up being her final time onstage for more than six months. Recording the new version and filming the video during lockdown, she paints a portrait of resilience in a time when leadership has failed.

Earlier this month, Margo Price and her band live-streamed two shows from an audience-free Brooklyn Bowl, Nashville, with special appearances from Adia Victoria and Lucinda Williams.

This Saturday, September 26th, Margo returns to Farm Aid for a virtual edition of the festival. Watch her announce the event on Good Morning America, and catch the performance here.

Find out more about Margo Price online on her official website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

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