Steve Martin Taps 'SNL' Stars Bill Hader and Cecily Strong for 'Caroline' Music Video


Steve Martin Taps 'SNL' Stars Bill Hader and Cecily Strong for 'Caroline' Music Video


The charming visuals follows Bill trying to win Cecily back after they broke up because of the comedienne's wandering eyes.
Comedy legend Steve Martin has released a charming music video for his new song with bluegrass band Steep Canyon Rangers, "Caroline". The 72-year-old actor/comedian recruits "Saturday Night Live" stars, Bill Hader and Cecily Strong, to play a couple with scorned relationship in the clip.

In the Brian Petchers-directed video, Bill is a brokenhearted man who tries to win his ex-girlfriend Caroline (played by Cecily) back after they broke up because of Caroline's wandering eyes. Filmed at Jewel Street Studios in Brooklyn with the help of Dream World Studios, the clip offers an impressive camera effect.

"Can you tell me why you left me standing in the parking structure/ Caroline, I was the almost-perfect boyfriend ever for you/ And you even said that to me one time at the Olive Garden," Steve sings while showing off his skills in playing Banjo.



"Caroline" serves as the lead single off the comedian's upcoming "The Long-Awaited Album", which is set to arrive next month. The effort features fourteen tracks, co-written by comedian and songwriter Peter Asher. It will mark Steve's first album with Steep Canyon Rangers in almost six years, since 2011's "Rare Bird Alert".


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