New Orleans quartet Video Age takes us on a global tour in their new video “Aerostar.” Directed by Zack Shorrosh, “Aerostar” shows the band traveling in their ’95 Ford Aerostar while hopping from one place to another like Neo from Matrix. The track is an ode to touring as a band, which brings out the best (sometimes worst) of everyone:
Speaking of the track, Video Age shared: “This song looks at the bright side of being on the road. We did a lot of touring for the last album and it’s something that really brought us closer together as a band. Once we found a green screen studio big enough to fit our ’95 Ford Aerostar, we hopped in and let the story unfold.”
“Aerostar” is from their upcoming record Pleasure Line, which will be out on August 7th via Winspear.
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