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See Cam Co-Star in the Cheery New Video for Train’s ‘Call Me Sir’

Train recently released the music video for their song “Call Me Sir,” featuring Cam and Gym Class Heroes frontman Travie McCoy. The charming clip features Train frontman Patrick Monahan, Cam and McCoy starring alongside the younger versions of themselves. The love story at the song’s center begins when a little girl comes to the rescue of a little boy after he wipes out on his bike in front of a group of neighborhood kids. From then on, the two are inseparable, exploring the suburban streets on their bikes and having water gun fights. Cam and Monahan represent the modern day couple, who are joined by their friend McCoy. The video is the perfect component to the sweet, breezy summer song.

In a statement, Monahan expressed how much he enjoyed the laid back video shoot.

“Being around Cam and Travie is always great and the kids that played the younger versions of us were super cute and great at their parts,” Monahan said. “Might have been the easiest, funnest video shoot in the past 20 years.”

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This isn’t the first time Monahan has collaborated with a country star. He co-wrote Sugarland’s current single “Babe” with Taylor Swift. The singer also performed with Martina McBride on CMT’s Crossroads and collaborated with Ashley Monroe on Train’s 2012 single “Bruises.”

Cam, who recently wrapped up a tour with Sam Smith, released her latest single, “Road to Happiness,” last month. The “Diane” singer will kick off her Road to Happiness Tour on Sept. 26 at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium.

Cam’s Road to Happiness Tour Dates:

Sept. 26 – Nashville, Tenn *
Sept. 27 – Birmingham, Ala. *
Sept. 28 – Atlanta, Ga. *
Sept. 29 – Charlotte, N.C. *
Oct. 4 – Washington, D.C. *
Oct. 5 – Philadelphia, Pa. *
Oct. 6 – Boston, Mass. *
Oct. 7 – New York, NY *
Oct. 12 – Rosemont, Ill.
Oct. 13 – Columbus, Ohio
Oct. 16 – Kansas City, Mo. *
Oct. 17 – Oklahoma City, Okla. *
Oct. 19 – Dallas, Texas *
Oct. 20 – Austin, Texas *
Oct. 21 – Houston, Texas *
Oct. 23 – Denver, Colo. *

*ft. Lucie Silvas

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See Cam Co-Star in the Cheery New Video for Train’s ‘Call Me Sir’