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Eric Church: Video Mysteries Begin to Unfold [WATCH]

Have you seen the new Eric Church video? It’s called San Destino Rising: Movimiento De Una (which means San Destiny Rising: A Movement), and it pretty much has none of Eric’s music in it.

San Destino Rising: Movimiento De Una is a five minute video that follows the mysterious demise of a female gangster. A faint karaoke version of Eric’s “Drink In My Hand” can be heard in the background, but it’s sung by a drunken guy who looks suspiciously like an Elvis impersonator with a really bad wig.

San Destino Rising is described as the first chapter to the story portrayed in Eric’s music video for “Give Me Back My Hometown” a song that I’m still trying to figure out, but love.

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