The Tulsa, Oklahoma-based band of Ryan Lindsey (vocals/guitar), Nathan Price (drums), Ben King (guitar), and Penny Pitchlynn (bass) — today announced the debut of the band’s new ‘Shot on iPhone XS’ music video for “Big City Boys,” produced in partnership with Apple, available exclusively on Apple Music. Recreating a climatic scene from the S.E. Hinton coming of age classic, the new video filmed in a Tulsa warehouse finds an all-female cast of modern day Greasers & Socials in the moments before a rumble. Director Richard Gene Farmer says it’s “a visual love letter to the film and music video history of on-screen “rumbles,” including Michael Jackson’s “Beat It,” West Side Story, The Warriors, and Rumble Fish.”
Watch The Video via Apple Music Here.
Their recently released album Bad Behavior was introduced with a 12-minute video for double single “Sandman” and “Boys Got To Go” directed by Pooneh Ghana — watch HERE. All Music gave Bad Behavior an Editor’s Pick, 4/5 star review, saying it’s “a solid modern pop album — the band’s best yet — played with subtle weirdness and full of quietly catchy songs,” and The Ringer’s Micah Peters and Nate Scott did a deep dive for the podcast, hailing it as “a perfect late summer, early fall record.. It’s the first BRONCHO record that has one cohesive sound throughout.”
Their album Bad Behavior is available now on vinyl here.