Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas share new music video for 'Run Too Far'

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The countdown to the release of Jessica Hernandez and The Deltas' sophomore album is fully underway, and this new music video from the band is just enough to hold us over until sweet summertime.

While the album doesn't come out till June 23, Hernandez has released another new music video from the upcoming EP titled Telephone/Teléfono. The new video is for the rousing single "Run Too Far."



The video features Hernandez and some backup dancers just hanging out in the desert wearing some funky clothes and serving up even funkier dance moves. Hernandez has this to say about the video to Paste:

"The “Run Too Far” video basically came about from a weekend trip with girlfriends. I met photographer Kate Hollowell at a cabin in Mexico through friends and we immediately hit it off and started talking about collaborating in some way. I loved her style of photography and she liked the band and so we started talking about how we could take her skills as a fashion photographer and my wacky style and music and make something we were both really proud of. We brought on our friend Hannah Peterson who filmed, Kate directed, and I styled the shoot. The whole video is basically three girlfriends fucking around in the desert and experimenting with things we’ve wanted to experiment with. We of course had the help of Daniel Yoon who edited the video and assisted the shoot, as well as Sydney Shafer and Penelope Gazin who provided their awesome dance moves."

Jessica Hernandez and The Deltas play Saint Andrews Hall on May 5 for Ooh La La Lucha.


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