Watch: Green River Ordinance's New Video For "Come On"

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2009 saw Fort Worth's Green River Ordinance touring the country in support for the likes of David Cook, getting played on MTV's The Hills and even performing on CNN, go figure--all in support of the band's major label debut, Out of My Hands, which is an awesome listen if you're so desperate for late-'90s alt-rock that you don't mind taking in an unoffensive, watered-down version.

And now the band's got a pretty high-budget video clip to go with that album and its first single, "Come On." It's actually a pretty solid clip, too, one that works well with one of Out of My Hands' best cuts. Check it out in the embed above.

(Hat tip.)

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