Thursday, January 18, 2018

Ford turns to Flint Eastwood track to announce new Mustang

Posted By on Thu, Jan 18, 2018 at 10:00 AM

  • Courtesy of Twitter.

It looks like Ford found what they were looking for.

A natural pairing — royalty and legacy. It comes as no surprise that Ford Motor Company turned to the sounds of Flint Eastwood to debut the 2019 Mustang GT 500 at the North American International Auto Show this week.

"Being from Detroit, Ford is a big deal. When they called because they wanted to feature my song to announce the new Mustang I nearly lost it... so insane," singer Jax Anderson announced on Facebook.

The teaser launch video features "Find What You're Looking For" from Flint Eastwood's 2015 release Small Victories.

Last week, Flint Eastwood debuted a video for "Monster." Watch it below.

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