Brothers Osborne May Have Just Won Video of the Year With “It Ain’t My Fault” [Watch]

Brothers Osborne May Have Just Won Video of the Year With “It Ain’t My Fault” [Watch]

After the release of their new video for “It Ain’t My Fault,” the Brothers Osborne may get another trophy to add to their collection.

The reigning CMA and ACM Vocal Duo of the Year dropped a comical, high-energy new video for “It Ain’t My Fault”—think Point Break meets the Beastie Boys’ “Sabotage”—that features an armed group of mask-wearing Presidents robbing a Pawn Shop (which just happens to be the name of TJ and John Osborne’s 2016 album).

Presidents Trump, Obama, W. Bush and Clinton rob Brothers Pawn Shop before hitting the streets, where they are pursued by cops. Chaos ensues as the Presidents try to escape, including a masked cameo by a motorcycle-riding Hillary Clinton, who comes to Bill’s aid. Find out how Trump, Obama and Bush fare below.

“The media these days is flooded with all things presidential and politics,” John says. “No matter what happens, politicians all seem to pin the blame on something else as opposed to being accountable for their own actions. We felt the connection with the song title was perfect.”

“John and I always like song titles that aren’t immediately obvious but are common everyday sayings,” says TJ. “We’re all guilty of saying ‘It Ain’t My Fault’ more so than it actually being true. When our co-writer Lee Thomas Miller brought up the idea, we loved it. We wanted a video that was as exciting as the music.”

Check out the new video below.


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