The Whigs are a rowdy, raucous garage band that may ring vaguely familiar. Hailing from Athens, Georgia – these guys have appeared on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Show with David Letterman, and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, plus countless more television appearances.
With the release of their latest album, Modern Creation, which came out in April, The Whigs have released a new video for the latest single “Hit Me”; and the video has strong local ties. The funky, retro-soul video was directed by Louisville director/musician/artist, Scott Carney. Carney is the founder and frontman for the critically acclaimed indie-space rock band Wax Fang, who makes their home here in the wonderful river city.
If you would like to see The Whigs are the fine direction of Louisvillian Scott Carney, you can click here.
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