Atlanta-based rock duo ‘68, comprised of Josh Scogin (The Chariot, Norma Jean) and bandmate Michael McClellan, has launched their new video directed by Bobby Bates for their latest single “The Workers Are Few”.
Watch the video below.
When asked about the making of the video for “The Workers Are Few,” vocalist/guitarist Josh Scogin said: “This film noir, shadow influenced music video captures our performance with a bit of grittiness that we enjoy. We started out with a very loose direction leaving a lot of room for impulsive and candid shots that revealed themselves the day of.”
Fans can catch a glimpse of the irrepressible interplay between Scogin and McClellan on their current tour with longtime friends Every Time I Die and Wage War, set to wrap up in Lansing, MI on May 20th. Shortly after, the band will be headlining a US tour with Listener beginning May 21st in Garwood, NJ and hitting major markets including New York City, Denver, Seattle, Los Angeles, and Austin. This is only the first leg of a world tour extending throughout Europe, Russia, the UK, Australia, and Japan.
Pre-orders of the upcoming record Two Parts Viper (due out June 2nd via Cooking Vinyl America) are available for purchase and instantly come with both singles “The Workers Are Few” and “This Life Is Old, New, Borrowed And Blue” via iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, and more, HERE.