BRONCHO – the Tulsa, Oklahoma-based band of Ryan Lindsey (vocals/guitar), Nathan Price (drums), Ben King (guitar), and Penny Pitchlynn (bass) – pays homage to a Tulsa icon with the epic video to its infectious new song “Big City Boys.” Shot on an iPhone XS and produced in partnership with Apple, the video pays homage to a pivotal scene from Tulsa novelist S.E. Hinton’s classic coming-of-age book “The Outsiders,” which was famously adapted for the silver screen by Francis Ford Coppola. But there’s distinctive differences in the BRONCHO video: Filmed in a Tulsa warehouse, it features an all-female cast of Greasers and Socials duking it out. Director Richard Gene Farmer calls the video “a visual love letter to the film and music video history of on-screen ‘rumbles,’ including Michael Jackson’s ‘Beat It,’ ‘West Side Story,’ ‘The Warriors,’ and ‘Rumble Fish.’” “Big City Boys” is from BRONCHO’s new album “Bad Behavior,” and the group has announced a new batch of headlining West Coast tour dates in support of the new release. To read my excellent colleague Becky Carman’s recent interview with Lindsey about “Bad Behavior,” click here.