Faith Evans Ruch woke up on the wrong side of the bar this morning.

The folk-country singer/songwriter takes the idea of "living at the bar" to a literal place in the music video for "PBR Song," the first single from her debut record 1835 Madison. It's a fitting concept for a song that's about a relationship that kept Faith trapped, often at the bar drowning her frustrations, from an album named for that very bar, the place where she first performed and found her voice just two years ago.

Directed by Edward Valibus, the video continues the flirtation with classic country - the black and white scenes paint a picture of Faith as a 2013 revision of Patsy Cline, a musical inspiration for Faith.

Director: Edward Valibus
Director of Photography: Ryan Earl Parker

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