Launch Radio Networks reports: STAIND premiered the video for its current single, "Right Here", this past week on Yahoo! Music. The band shot the clip several weeks ago at a huge estate in New Jersey with acclaimed video director Nathan Cox. Guitarist Mike Mushok told Launch that the location enhances the simple premise of the clip. "Aaron (Lewis, singer) and I had a couple of conversations with him (Cox) about different ideas and trying to figure out, you know, what we wanted it to be, and we just came down with, you know what, let's just do it simple, let's just do a performance thing, and I mean, in honesty, it's really the location to me that really kind of makes the video," Mushok said. "It's just this awesome old house built at the turn of the century, really cool place."Nathan Cox has also directed videos by KORN, LINKIN PARK, CHEVELLE and SYSTEM OF A DOWN. "Right Here" comes off the new STAIND album, "Chapter V", which arrives in stores on August 9. The band is currently opening for 3 DOORS DOWN, along with BREAKING BENJAMIN and NO ADDRESS.
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