AUGUST BURNS RED: 'White Washed' Video Posted Online

"White Washed", the new video from the Lancaster, Pennsylvania-based Christian metalcore quintet AUGUST BURNS RED, can be viewed below. The clip was filmed in Philadelphia near the band's home turf and it "captures the chaotic energy of an AUGUST BURNS RED live show — a fitting move for a song that has quickly become a live favorite for fans," according to a press release.

"The video doesn't have a concept, per se, and maybe because of that ended up being one of my favorite AUGUST BURNS RED videos," says guitarist JB Brubaker. "We simply shot a performance video in a completely white studio space with lots of washed-out shots.

"Get it? White washed?

"It was a grueling day of shooting, but now that we've seen the end result, it was more than worth the effort."

The "White Washed" video's release comes at the front end of a busy summer for the famously hard-working AUGUST BURNS RED, whose packed schedule includes the band's first tours of Japan and South America, and a headlining tour of Europe, not to mention the summer festival circuit.

AUGUST BURNS RED will film its June 4 concert at Warehouse 54 in Manheim, Pennsylvania for a forthcoming CD/DVD, to be released later this year through longtime label home Solid State Records.


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