“I’m stoked to release the official video of ‘Virginia,’ which is a song about the road not taken. This single dates back to my experiences as a young, single guy in Manhattan. My buddies and I would sometimes be lucky enough to meet a fantastic girl, but then we’d manage to screw it up, leaving us wondering ‘what if'”, says Studnicky. “The music video for ‘Virginia’ tells the story of a preacher in NYC (played by Victor Verhaeghe of Boardwalk Empire and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) who’s desperately searching for a lost love, wishing (as we all do) that he could turn back the hands of time.”
The band also features Charles Czarnecki (producer/songwriter, keyboards, lead & backup vocals), John Macom (rhythm & electric guitars, lead & backup vocals) and Mike DoCampo (rhythm & electric guitars, backup vocals), all of whom are lifelong friends that created the group purely to bring happiness to the ears of every listener. Before coming together as The High Plains Drifters, the group’s members have worked alongside an array of legendary acts and artists including Pete Townsend, Brian May & Roger Taylor of Queen, Suge Knight of Death Row Records, Fred Schneider of the B-52’s, and Mickey Dolenz of the Monkees. John Macom’s music has been showcased in indie movies and TV shows, including Dawson’s Creek, Party of Five, and Felicity.