Watch A-Trak and Jamie Liddell's New Video for "We All Fall Down"

Watch A-Trak’s wild western bar themed video for “We All Fall Down”

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The turntables might wobble but they don’t fall down, the same can’t be said for A-Trak‘s cowgirl friends in the delightfully absurd new video, directed by Nicolas Randall, for his hit Jamie Lidell collaboration “We All Fall Down.” Featuring a mechanical bull dance partner, Adam Bartley (from Longmire), some brave sweethearts of the rodeo, and Trizzy holding court as saloon master of ceremonies, this “WAFD” video is one foot-stomping night out. The song has quickly become A-Trak’s fastest-growing original, gaining over 8 million plays since release, breaking into Top 20 Dance radio and earning a Juno Award nomination for Best Dance Recording of the Year.

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