BUCKCHERRY is filming a music video for its song "Right Now" today (Monday, May 6) at the Affliction Clothing headquarters in Seal Beach, California.
According to singer Josh Todd, the clip, which is expected to be released in the coming weeks, will feature "some great fighters."
"Right Now" is taken from BUCKCHERRY's latest album, "Warpaint", which was released on March 8 via Century Media/RED Music. The 12-song disc, featuring 11 new BUCKCHERRY songs along with a cover of the NINE INCH NAILS classic "Head Like A Hole", was produced by Mike Plotnikoff, whose last collaboration with the band was the platinum-certified album "15".
BUCKCHERRY has announced the dates for leg two of its "Warpaint" North American tour. The trek starts on May 18 in Waco, Texas and runs through August 15 in Kansas City. On top of touring all major markets in the U.S., the band will visit ten Eastern Canadian cities on this run. JOYOUS WOLF, which supported BUCKCHERRY on leg one, will remain on the bill on most of the leg-two dates. BUCKCHERRY will also open for AEROSMITH in Shakopee, Minnesota and be direct support for NICKELBACK for two shows in Ravinia, Illinois.
Speaking about BUCKCHERRY's longevity, Todd told the Greenville Journal: "The whole time we've been together, we’ve never really been a mainstream act. When we dropped our first record, a lot of those rap-rock bands or bands like WEEZER were really popular, and we haven't been mainstream since. And sometimes it's served us and sometimes it hasn't. I think the whole point of it is that you have to be passionate about what you do, and you've got to be relentless in your approach, and that's our philosophy. Plus, we've based our reputation on our live show, and that's something that's never going away."