The Infamous Stringdusters just released a new music video for their song “Gravity,” off their thirteen-track album Laws Of Gravity, which was released in January of this year. The song was written by bassist Travis Book along with his singer/songwriter wife Sarah Siskind, with Book explaining the song as a “kind of a straight forward love song.” He elaborated in a press release, “In a lot of ways, it encapsulates the vibe around our relationship and our marriage. The lyric goes, ‘We thought the race was a long run, we didn’t know that we’d win it.’ When you’re in the middle of it you don’t necessarily realize this is it. You think there’s some trajectory but this is what it’s like to be in a relationship. And then hoping that gravity doesn’t let go, the forces that hold the earth together don’t just end and you all just sort of go floating off into space.”The video for “Gravity” was directed by Mara Whitehead, and is a touching nostalgia-inspired video showing moments of young love. After the Infamous Stringdusters’ video was premiered on CMT on the 18th, you can now check it out for yourself below. You can also check the band’s website for upcoming tour dates and to purchase the album here.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Tennis News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Roger Federer stayed on course for a record 100th ATP title as he entered the semi-final of the year-ending ATP Finals in London with a convincing 6-4,6-3 win over South Africa’s Kevin Anderson.The victory by Federer was sweet revenge for his loss earlier in the year against the South African in the quarterfinals of Wimbledon 2018. The Swiss maestro was leading by two sets when Anderson produced a stunning fightback to win the next two sets 7-5 and 6-4. In the fifth and final set, both players fought brilliantly but Anderson clinched the match with an epic 13-11 win.Read More | Viswanathan Anand wins dramatic Tata Steel Chess Blitz titleHowever, the win comes amidst backdrops of players complaining about the lengthy schedule of the tennis season. Alexander Zverev, for one, has described it as “ridiculous”. However, Federer has said that the decision to skip a tournament lies with the player and the backroom staff.Read More | Happy Birthday Sania Mirza: Wishes pour in for India’s tennis star “The good thing is we as players are not employed by a club. I can walk right now out of the door and go onto vacation if I want to. Nobody is going to stop me. They won’t like it, but I can. That’s a massive privilege, I believe, that a tennis player has,” Federer said after the end of the match.The likes of Federer and Novak Djokovic, who has resurrected his career following wins in Wimbledon and US Open, have recently backed a new men’s team competition called the ATP Cup. A revamped Davis Cup tournament will take place from November 2019, bringing together 18 nations in one place for a week at the end of the season. The Davis Cup is run by the ITF, the governing body of world tennis, while the ATP, which runs the men’s Tour, will stage the ATP Cup.Federer was upbeat about the event. “Clearly if the World Team Cup is going to be held, players will want to play that first week of the year, so you would think it’s going to be exciting. The Davis Cup has incredibly rich history. You would think the players are going to play that. From that standpoint, I think there’s not that much change, per se, or more tournaments on the calendar. It just happens that there’s more team events, which I think the players are happy about,” Federer said.The Swiss player, who has won 20 Grand Slam titles, could potentially face Novak Djokovic in the last four.