Best Intentions Share New Video For “Don’t Call Me”


Nashville based pop-punk band Best Intentions have premiered a new video for latest single “Don’t Call Me” yesterday with New Noise Magazine. The video, from director Alex Zarek (Belmont, Real Friends, Knuckle Puck), was shot back in February at a studio north of Nashville and the band’s home. Fans can check out the video below.

“Don’t Call Me” is about people who constantly ask everyone for advice about their own personal lives, but never end up taking the advice.” Vocalist Tony Pietrafasa shares with New Noise, “I always say “you’re gonna do what you wanted to do in the first place”, and I think that’s what the guys and I were trying to convey on this one. It can be pretty frustrating when you have people like this that are friends and family, because it can tend to sour the relationship.”

Best Intentions is a 5-piece pop punk band located in Nashville, TN. The band originally formed in Philadelphia, PA circa 2016 with guitarist, Matthew Kleinman. After Kleinman moved to Nashville in 2017, he met singer, Tony Pietrafesa and decided to reform the band with a new lineup. They recruited drummer, and Pietrafesa’s roommate, Jim Collett. They then recruited band friend, Evan Aliquo to play bass. In July of 2019, Greg Monaco joined the band as the Rhythm Guitarist.

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