BUCKCHERRY Doubles Up On Film
AOL Music reports that BUCKCHERRY recently filmed two videos in one day, shooting a new clip for the song "Crazy Bitch" as well as one for the track "Next to You".
Guitarist Keith Nelson had an easy way to keep track of which video he was shooting when. "I just looked down at my shirt and I knew exactly what to do," Nelson said, explaining that he wore a red T-shirt for "Next to You" and a gray for "Crazy Bitch".
Nelson talked to AOL Music backstage at Inland Invasion, where the band put the finishing touches on the "Next to You" clip. "'Next to You' is two female fans that basically go to great lengths to try to get next to the band with a series of near-misses, finishing up today at Inland Invasion."
As for their white-hot single, Nelson says, "The 'Crazy Bitch' video is five rock 'n' roll guys get a parking ticket that goes really bad. I don't want to give it away, but all I can I say is I wish every traffic cop in L.A. was as hot as the one that decided to throw us in jail for our parking violation." It's like 'The Terminator' meets 'Hot for Teacher'," he says.
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