Dreams Continue To Grow Big For The Runaway Hamsters With Major Video Placements

Just weeks after releasing The Runaway Hamsters official music video for GO!, the TRHibe continues to shine bright with the recent video placements on Music Choice and in 200+ Rooms To Go stores across the U.S. This cinematic video which premiered on Parade.com less than 3 weeks ago already has over 24k views on YouTube and is continuously climbing.

This catchy, warmhearted anthem can now be seen in one of the largest furniture stores in the U.S. as well as on Music Choice (digital cable television channel or via mobile app).

“It’s crazy and exciting that our video is reaching a whole new market,” gushed TRHibe member Isabella Keen. “So much time and effort was put into the making of GO! and it’s incredible knowing how many people will get to enjoy it. We may just need to spend more time shopping for furniture now.”

This video was directed by Sun Valley Film Festival award-winning director Christian Lybrook (famous for his short films including Carbon, The Seed and Split Rail as well as producer of 6 Dynamic Laws for Success) and features actors Travis Swartz and Jen Doner, who play TRHibe’s parents in the video. Filmed in their beautiful hometown of Boise, Idaho, the video encourages viewers to take the adventure and follow-your-dreams. This tune is the title track off their brand-new EP “Brothers and Sisters”, which showcases their signature stamp of authentic, sincere music fans love.

As the group is recognizing their own evolution and beginning to also use the name TRHibe…their music is growing with them. Each song on the EP was written by them and produced by Grammy-nominated Kent Wells (Dolly Parton).

For more information on The Runaway Hamsters visit their website and follow them on Facebook and Twitter.


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