Exclusive Premiere Of Stukenberg's New Music Video
October 7th, 2013 2:15pm EDT
We are excited to bring you the exclusive premiere of the video for "No Home," the first single from the upcoming album by Stukenberg.
If you haven't heard of Stukenberg, it's not a type of Ikea furniture. No, they're an Austin-based rock band comprised of frontman David Stukenberg (hence the name) and various rotating musicians. They put out some pretty great music. Another plus is that David has a wonderful sense of humor, as evidenced by his explanation for this video.
"We shot the video for "No Home" in Belton, TX on a friend's land. We managed not to have the police called on us while the film crew was hanging out the side of a Sprinter van, driving beside a five year old riding his bike through a residential neighborhood," quipped David.
"However, we weren't so lucky when it came to the performance footage in the middle of the field. In the middle of shooting, an officer pulled into the field to investigate the disturbance," he continued. "After chatting with the cop for a bit, his closing remark was "Aight, I spose it'll be ok. As long as y'all tear er down before sundown. Now, why don't you boys show me what ya got and do one good one for me before I hit the road." So we did just that."
Stukenberg's album Novella arrives on November 12th, and we'll be back then with a full interview with David. Until then, check out the video for "No Home" below.
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