Hedley have a summer romance in Heaven In Our Headlights
We gave you a sneak peek earlier this week, but today’s the day: we have the brand new Hedley music video for you!
Heaven In Our Headlights, as we had observed, shows a romance between lead singer Jacob Hoggard and a woman as they cruise through the desert, make out in phone booths, feed each other in the car and, yes, make out some more. But as the trip continues, Hoggard must return to his day job fronting his popular rock band and performing in a stadium full of adoring fans. Livin’ the life!
Watch Hedley’s music video for Heaven In Our Headlights below! And re-watch Hedley’s incredible MMVA performance on our MMVA site now!
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