Denton, Texas-based honky-tonk trio Saints Eleven are premiering the music video for their song “Coming Back Around” exclusively with The Boot. Readers can press play above to watch it.

The music video for “Coming Back Around” was filmed at Tellers, a bar in Austin, Texas, and produced by Van Scott Folger. Saints Eleven's frontman, Jeff Grossman, reached out to Folger about the video after seeing the work he did on Uncle Lucius' "Keep the Wolves Away" music video.

"I thought that video was incredible,” Grossman tells The Boot. “Then I received the script that the director Shrader Thomas wrote [for "Coming Back Around"], and I was in. I thought it was brilliant! From the first 10 minutes of being on the set the day of the shoot, I knew it was going to be a cool video."

“Coming Back Around” is a song about learning and growing from your own mistakes: “It’s understanding that 'Hey, I make mistakes, I’m human, but I’m trying to turn things around and not be such a moron at times,'" Grossman told The Boot at the time.

“You can’t change the past. What’s done is done," he adds. "The thing you can do is learn from those mistakes and just try to be a better person.”

“Coming Back Around” is the title track of Saints Eleven’s newest album, produced by the legendary Walt Wilkins and released in February. Fans find more information about the album and the band's upcoming shows on Saints Eleven’s official website.

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