Australian hard rockers AIRBOURNE have unleashed an official music video for their current single, "Backseat Boogie". Shot at the band's sold-out Copenhagen show at Amager Bio just last month, this latest clip captures fans rocking out to new songs from recently released studio album, "Boneshaker", for the very first time.
AIRBOURNE frontman Joel O'Keeffe states: "Half filmed at a soundcheck last Tuesday and half filmed at a crazy sold-out Danish club show — here's 'Backseat Boogie' to whet your appetite for a mega 2020 and the start of a two-year 'Boneshaker' world tour."
"Boneshaker" was released on October 25 via Spinefarm Records. The cover artwork for the disc is a collaboration between Matt Read of Combustion Ltd., and Sean Tidy of Design House Studio Ltd.
With the creation of "Boneshaker", AIRBOURNE decided to take the bolder path; to align with Nashville producer Dave Cobb, whose credits include both Chris Stapleton and "A Star Is Born" soundtrack.
Joel O'Keeffe revealed to Sonic Perspectives that there are tentative plans for AIRBOURNE to tour the U.S. in early 2020.
Photo credit: Travis Shinn
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