Rich Howells

VIDEO: The Sunset Villains say hello again with ‘Goodbye Tonight,’ include making-of video

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After a brief hiatus, The Sunset Villains from Drums, Pennsylvania are back with a new music video for “Goodbye Tonight,” which was produced by Grammy-nominated and multi-platinum engineer and producer David Ivory of Flexitone Records.

The pop rock band is definitely from Northeastern Pennsylvania, performing in the snow throughout the video directed by Max Grey and produced by Bianca Grey. The set crew was Frank Ramos and Freddy Gregory, and Jerry Tomassacci served as production assistant.

The Sunset Villains also posted a making-of video that includes a behind-the-scenes look at everything from painting the trees and snow in the background to the makeup by Shyanne Inman:

The song is available now on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play.

The group may be best known locally for opening the Avril Lavigne and Jason Derulo concert at the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza in Wilkes-Barre at the end of 2013, which they also chronicled in a video that was just recently released: