Chase d’Arnaud played shortstop, second base, third base, outfield and Bonnaroo in 2016. The 29-year-old Atlanta Braves player, along with the bandmates and housemates he met at a coffee shop in California last winter, took advantage of a rare off-night during the baseball season to make the drive to the Tennessee music festival for a performance at its Hay Bale Studio. In July, the group played a postgame concert at Turner Field, and d’Arnaud followed with a 3-for-5 performance that included a walk-off hit in a day game the next day.

Today we’re excited to premiere the video for Seven Ghosts, the title track of Chase d’Arnaud Band’s debut album. The video is directed by Clayton Cages, the band’s guitarist and producer, and features d’Arnaud, bassist Sebastian Cages — Clayton’s son — and British-born cellist and former steeplechase athlete Jo Ankier.

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