Nebraska's own live, one-take video project traveled westward and captured Colorado's Flashbulb Fires and The Photo Atlas.
In Love Drunk's 65th session, Kyle Harvey performs 2,000 feet above Gretna, Neb., in a hot-air balloon.
The Bears of Blue River (Chicago, Ill.) perform "Cry Baby" at the Quack Off in Avoca, Neb. The duck races draw thousands of people to the tiny town of 275.
The Big Deep performs "Sharks" at Hollywood Candy/Fairmont Antiques for Love Drunk's 63rd live music video session.
Tulsa's The Last Slice performs "Health Insurance" at Hot Shops Art Center in north downtown Omaha for Love Drunk's 62nd live music video session.
The So-So Sailors release their debut album, Young Hearts, at The Slowdown this Friday, but you can watch them perform the record's title track in the 61st Love Drunk session now.
Love Drunk's 60th live, one-take music video session features Philadelphia's Arrah and the Ferns, at DP Muller Photography. See them play the song tonight at The Sydney in Benson.
Down With the Ship drops in, drops out, tunes in, tunes out. Basically, they're dynamic beasts, but you might not always be prepared for that.
In Love Drunk's 59th release, Talking Mountain perform "High Five (My Friends Who are Alive)" in their Omaha practice space.
Washington, D.C., act Pree plays a tune for the Love Drunk crew in an alley behind Barley Street Tavern.