Watch Southern Rock Sensation Red Clay Strays Make Television Debut On ‘Fallon’

See the country rockers perform the lead single from their upcoming Dave Cobb-produced album, Made by These Moments.

By Nate Todd May 24, 2024 11:07 am PDT

Red Clay Strays made their late night television debut on Thursday. The country rockers performed their recently released single “Wanna Be Loved” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

“Wanna Be Loved” is the lead single off Red Clay Strays upcoming album, Made by These Moments, due out via RCA Records on July 26. The band from Mobile, Alabama captured the LP at renowned producer Dave Cobb’s (Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell) Georgia Mae studio in Savannah with Cobb at the helm.


On the new record, frontman Brandon Coleman said, “Made by These Moments shines a light on overcoming the battles we face in life like loneliness, depression, and hopelessness. We hope you listen and recognize that our pain has a purpose.”

Watch Red Clay Strays — Coleman, guitarist Drew Nix, bassist Andrew Bishop, drummer John Hall and guitarist Zach Rishel — make their late night television debut with “Wanna Be Loved” on Fallon.

Red Clay Strays have an opening spot for The Rolling Stones on the horizon along with newly announced 2024 fall headline tour dates. Check out their itinerary with ticket info below.

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