SKINDRED: 'That's My Jam' Video Released

SKINDRED: 'That's My Jam' Video Released

The official video for "That's My Jam", a new song from the Welsh "ragga metal" band SKINDRED, can be seen below. The track is taken from the group's seventh studio album, "Big Tings", which will be released on April 27 via Napalm Records. The disc was recorded at Peter Gabriel's Real World studio in the village of Box, Wiltshire, England,

Drummer Arya Goggin told Metal Hammer that the band wanted to write a song that would become a new "SKINDRED anthem — something that would played in rock clubs and get people onto the dancefloor. Musically heavy, but having a massive pop sensibility at the same time," he said. "Stylistically, it's something we have always done on all our records, but it's really hard to get the balance just right.

"The music video was so much fun to shoot — running around London getting as much footage as possible with a dancing cat! Trying not to get arrested while shooting. You then add the bad guy from 'Eastenders' into the mix and you've got a fun video!"

SKINDRED recently released a music video for its "Machine" single. The clip features actor and stuntman Neil Chapelhow, best known for his work in the films "Wonder Woman" and "Fantastic Beasts".

"Machine" features vocals by REEF frontman Gary Stringer and guitar by Phil Campbell of MOTÖRHEAD. The track was previously used as both the intro and outro theme to AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson's TV show "Cars That Rock".


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