Americana band Nu-Blu debuts their music video for “Gypsies on Parade,” exclusively with C&I.

Straight from small-town Siler City, North Carolina, Americana group Nu-Blu blends their Southern roots into heartfelt all-American music.

Composed of husband-and-wife duo multi-instrumentalist Daniel Routh and lead singer Carolyn Routh, banjo player Calder Baker, and mandolin player Justin Harrison, Nu-Blu rounds out their bluegrass picking with rich storytelling and warm harmonies.

The track “Gypsies on Parade” showcases the group’s soft side and slow-build harmonies.

The video for the song was filmed among dim hanging lights in a barn, giving the impression of an intimate live performance. It’s a fitting setting and song for musicians who spend most of their days on the road. 

“Touring over 200 days a year, ‘Gypsies On Parade’ is more than just a song — it’s our life,” says Carolyn. “It’s a life of ups and downs, and we wanted to bring [people] a glimpse of that.”

Get an exclusive first look at the music video for “Gypsies on Parade” below.

For more information on Nu-Blu and their upcoming tour dates, visit their website.  

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