Check out the new video for “Hey Girl” premiering exclusively right here on National Rock Review.

“Hey Girl” tells the story of a conceited woman who shows little regard for others. She is the classic ‘mean girl’ of whom everyone has known at one time or another. The video, shot at the Truth & Alibi Club located in Deep Ellum in Dallas, tells this story well in a way most should be able to relate.

“There’s a ‘Hey Girl’ in every uptown bar in every major city in the country, and we’ve all met her… We wrote this song to show that you don’t need to be a stuck up, spoiled, self-absorbed slut to get the attention you need, and this video makes the sentiment come to life, and we are so proud to release it!” ~ Ray Ryan

Adakain released “Hey Girl,” the first single for the upcoming album, Never Coming Home, on September 17. Since then, the song has performed well, receiving airplay in markets across the US. The single has recently broken the top 40 in airplay charts both on RadioContraband and Billboard. The band has also been making waves on the tour circuit, having opened for the likes of Drowning Pool, Hellyeah, Killswitch Engage, Korn, Marilyn Manson, Slayer, and Taproot.

The Dallas-based hard rock band will follow-up the video with a new album, Never Coming Home, on November 06. The album is available for pre-order on iTunes.

The current band lineup includes Ryan Ray (lead vocals, guitar), Corey Goodwin (guitar), Ryan Carroll (drums), and Anthony Morel (bass).

Adakain is on tour with Trapt. Additional dates in November and December will be announced soon.

Adakain Tour Dates
Nov 03 – Music Farm – Charleston, SC
Nov 04 – The Blue Fox – Winchester, VA
Nov 05 – Canal Club – Richmond, VA
Nov 06 – Headquarters – Salisbury, MD

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About The Author

Dave Ball has spent most of his life in the Detroit West Side area. Music has always been a passion for him, playing in bands on Bass and working as a promoter. He also has experience as a Guitar and Bass tech for notable Detroit acts such as Agent Fury and The Meanies. His current work as a writer and photographer has extended his role as Managing Editor of National Rock Review.

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