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Watch Old Dominion’s Uplifting ‘No Such Thing as a Broken Heart’ at the Opry

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Old Dominion recently stopped by the Grand Ole Opry to perform their uplifting hit “No Such Thing As A Broken Heart” at the storied venue.

The upbeat track showcases catchy melodies and hooks aplenty with heart and personality. As their only release so far in 2017, the song already made our list of top tunes halfway through the year.

Lead singer Matt Ramsey handles his job dutifully while the rest of the band nails their parts. It’s an exercise in simplicity, but one that showcases you don’t have to be flashy to be good. And of course, he exercises a little self-censorship. “What am I gonna tell my kids when they see all of this B.S. that goes down on TV?” Ramsey sings. Not surprisingly, the original doesn’t substitute any acronyms.

Watch the performance below.

“No Such Thing As A Broken Heart” is currently climbing the charts, fast approaching top 10 status. Old Dominion are set to release a new album, Happy Endings, on Aug. 25.

READ MORE: The Best Songs of 2017, So Far

They recently released an entertaining video game-themed music video for “No Such Thing As A Broken Heart” and are on tour all summer. In other words, they’ve been busy. You can find a full list of their upcoming tour stops here.

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Watch Old Dominion’s Uplifting ‘No Such Thing as a Broken Heart’ at the Opry