See Green River Ordinance’s 360-Degree Video for ‘Simple Life’

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Texas alt-country group Green River Ordinance has shared a very special video taken during their stop at Willie Nelson‘s Luck Ranch last week.

On March 17, the band performed at Nelson’s intimate Chefs’ Pot Luck dinner and concert event at his ranch in Spicewood Springs, Texas. They stuck around for the country legend’s special Luck Reunion concert event the next day, where they recorded this interactive acoustic video for their new single, “Simple Life.”

New technology allows fans to see a 360-degree view of their performance, which was shot in the artists’ lounge at the Luck Reunion. You can swipe left or right to see angles of different band members performing in the toasty Texas sun.

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“Simple Life” is featured on the band’s third studio album, Fifteen, which was released earlier this year. The LP marked the genre-bending group’s fifteenth year working together, and has been celebrated by both critics and fans as one of their strongest releases yet. They’ll be spending much of 2016 on the road in support of their album, with tour stops scheduled across Texas through June.

Click below to watch Green River Ordinance’s acoustic 360-degree performance of “Simple Life,” live from Willie Nelson’s Luck Ranch.

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See Green River Ordinance’s 360-Degree Video for ‘Simple Life’