Californian blues-rockers RIVAL SONS' brand new music video for the track "All Over The Road" can be seen below.
RIVAL SONS once again teamed up with video director Greg Ephraim for the stylish clip, which is the band's second video to premiere on VEVO following the release of "Pressure And Time" earlier this year, placing the band alongside numerous big-name artists.
RIVAL SONS frontman Jay Buchanan commented: "Just like in the last video, there was no green screen used for this one. We actually did drive a Cadillac through outer space with a bunch of hot, naked chicks in the backseat. I haven't seen a final edit yet because they're trying to lower it to at least an 'R' rating. We'll see if that actually happens."
"All Over the Road" is taken from RIVAL SONS' new album, "Pressure And Time", which is out now worldwide on CD and limited-edition audiophile vinyl, as well as on iTunes with two exclusive bonus tracks.
RIVAL SONS has been nominated for two Classic Rock awards, in the categories of "Best New Band" and "Best Album".
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