3x GRAMMY®-nominated singer-songwriter Grace Potter has released the cinematic video for her latest single Good Time, directed by Catherine Fordham. Set in the same remote desert cafe as Potter’s video for Mother Road, the new album’s title track released last month, Good Time, is the next audacious chapter of the story and finds Lady Vagabond vibing to the Stones-inflected rocker, living her best life, and looking back with no regrets or inhibitions.
Grace Potter comments on the new video: “I’m delighted to bring you Good Time, the newest cinematic instalment from a world I created while driving and writing songs for Mother Road. In this music video, we explore one of my favourite characters, Lola Nomada Vasquez, the mischievous author of the beloved children’s book series, ‘Lady Vagabond’. Since the mid-century, Lola has lived and written in the fast lane, creating instantly iconic characters, but these days, she spends her time conjuring her next masterpiece from her favourite booth at her favourite diner. Good Time picks up where we left off at the end off Mother Road: Hurricane’s Drive-In Restaurant on Old Route 66. As the diner empties out, Lola lets loose, throwing herself a salacious party – fuelled in equal parts by wine, unbridled imagination, and an unravelling mind. I invite you all to join me and a bunch of blow-up dolls as we dive head-long into the dazzling shadow-world of Lola’s GOOD TIME! Please enjoy responsibly.”
Check out the video below:
Tickets are currently on sale for Potter’s Mother Road Tour, which kicks off at Collin Centers for the Arts in Orono, ME on 7th September. The 18-date fall tour also includes two performances at Shelburne Museum in her native Vermont, as well as shows at New York City’s Pier 17, Milwaukee’s Pabst Theatre, Chicago’s Riviera Theater and Atlanta’s Tabernacle among other great cities and venues before concluding at The Fillmore in Charlotte, NC on 18th November.
Produced by Eric Valentine (Queens of the Stone Age, Nickel Creek) and recorded at RCA’s famed Studio A in Nashville and Topangadise in Topanga, CA, Mother Road, the follow-up to Potter’s 2019 acclaimed, 2x GRAMMY®-nominated album, Daylight, finds the rock and soul artist deconstructing her deepest fears and darkest regrets and charting the fallout with brutal honesty and emotional daring. Throughout the album’s 10 original tracks, Potter, along with contributions from top-flight musicians, commands an expansive soundscape of soulful rock, roots, funk, country, and R&B. Watch the Mother Road album trailer: HERE