The Brothers Osborne have released a music video for their current single, "It Ain't My Fault." Readers can press play above to catch all the action, as the clip follows four pawn shop (you know, as in BROS' debut album, Pawn Shop) robbers, dressed in president masks, as they try to evade police.

While TJ and John Osborne say that the idea for their "It Ain't My Fault" video came from the iconic robbery scene in the cult-classic movie Point Break, the rowdy spoof draws on real-life inspiration as well.

“The media these days is flooded with all things presidential and politics,” John Osborne tells People. “No matter what happens, politicians all seem to pin the blame on something else as opposed to being accountable for their own actions. We felt the connection with the song title was perfect."

The Osbornes partnered with filmmakers Wes Edwards and Ryan Silver to make the comedic "It Ain't My Fault" video, which also includes a little kick of social commentary.

"We’re all guilty of saying 'it ain't my fault' more so than it actually being true,” TJ Osborne explains. “So when our co-writer Lee Thomas Miller brought up the idea [for the video], we were like, ‘Oh, hell yeah.’ We wanted a video that was as exciting as the music.”

"It Ain't My Fault" is the third single off of the Brothers Osborne's debut album, Pawn Shop; it follows the No. 1 hit "Stay a Little Longer" and "21 Summer." The sibling duo will join Chris Stapleton on his All-American Road Show tour beginning on May 5.

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