Central Illinois-based band Broseph E. Lee bring their high-energy music video for "Right Where She Wants Me" to readers of The Boot in an exclusive premiere.

The band's chemistry is evident throughout the "Right Where She Wants Me" clip, as the six-piece group -- made up of drummer Aaron Larsen, bassist and vocalist Sean Halbrook, keyboard player and vocalist Chace McNinch, lead vocalist and acoustic guitarist Brock Jones, electric guitar player and vocalist Chris Yost and electric guitarist Brooks Boyer -- gives viewers a taste of what it's like to see them perform live. In fact, that camaraderie influenced Broseph E. Lee's name.

"[Our band name] comes from the word 'broseph' being another term for a brother or a best friend, and that's really what we are," the guys explain. "I think, from our live show, you can really tell how close we all are and how much fun we really do have onstage!"

The "Right Where She Wants Me" music video was filmed at Windsor, Ill.'s Parker Run Vineyards, in a venue dubbed the Big Red Barn. The rustic atmosphere is gorgeous, and the soaring ceiling and beam structures, complete with an American flag hanging in the background, are visually interesting without distracting from the band members themselves. Frontman Jones plays to the camera, and his charismatic on-screen personality adds an extra punch to the already upbeat song.

Though Broseph E. Lee have only been together since 2014, they have already built themselves quite a fanbase in the upper Midwest and Southeast. The band has opened for acts such as Dustin Lynch, Eric Pasley, Big & Rich, Cole SwindellCharlie Daniels, A Thousand Horses and Old Dominion.

"Right Where She Wants Me" is from Broseph E. Lee's first EP, Fill 'Em on Up, which they recorded in 2015. The project is available for purchase via the band's website.

For a list of upcoming tour dates, visit BrosephELee.com. Fans can also keep up with the group on Twitter and Facebook.

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