Parmalee have released the video for their current Top Five hit “Take My Name” on the heels of the release of “Take My Name (Wedding Version) on Friday (May 20th). The clip was filmed in Gallatin, TN and follows the love story of the protagonist, played by Parmalee front man Matt Thomas, starting in middle school all the way through adulthood. The video features kids from a local school, an original 1968 Mustang Shelby GT 350, and appearances from the band.
Matt said, “From the jump, the fans have really latched onto this song in such an amazing, lifechanging way—our fans have been the reason for so many of our own major milestones, so it means that much more to us that folks are our song for their proposals and weddings and allowing us to be a part of those major moments in their lives. We wanted to pay tribute to the fans who have been on this journey with us since the beginning so in the music video you’ll see a story of love and loyalty unfold across the years—but don’t expect to see any weddings or proposals—the fan created-videos far exceed anything we could depict. We love watching them.”
He co-wrote the song along with Ashley Gorley, Ben Johnson, and the song’s producer, David Fanning. “Take My Name” is included on Parmalee's latest album, For You.