Australian hard rockers Burn The Highway have released a new video for the track “Crossbones”, filmed on remote location at Jervis Bay on the south coast of NSW. The song comes off their debut full-length album “Weapon X” which was released on May 14th independently and available on all major streaming platforms.
The band comments on the video:
“The song came about when Kristian heard the main riff and said straight away, “This is a pirate song”. Then his lyrics just flowed easily describing a whole pirate narrative of loot and pillage.
The middle instrumental section needed something more so we added Canon shot sounds. The songs are very story telling and we wanted to take the listener on a journey. The film clip was shot by Catmari Productions, the location was a remote beach on the south Coast at Jervis Bay. “It was a whole day of filming and we got it done before the rain started.”
From the combined lethal forces of Kristian Capuozzolo (bass/vocals), Rob Favotto (guitar) and Nate Barnes (drums) was born Burn The Highway, a high-energy powerhouse that can power large cities. Lyrically, it will take you on a cinematic journey and musically a street fight where you are the winner. This is a prisonerless war machine band ready to offload the payload globally.