Jukebox the Ghost have developed a reputation for getting heads bobbing with their sweetly anthemic electro-rock. From the sound of “The Great Unknown,” the first single from their forthcoming self-titled fourth album, out October 21, the band is staying the course with the new record. Below you can watch the video for the song, shot on an exploratory trip through the natural scenery of California’s Pacific Coast Highway and cumulating with a rooftop show in San Francisco.
Ben Thornewill, the band’s keyboard and piano player, had this to say about the video:
“We thought a music video with aerial drone shots would be exceptionally fitting for the song. Plus, shooting the video was a great excuse to finally make the drive up the Pacific Coast Highway, which in our seven years of near-constant touring we had somehow never managed or had the time to do.”
Check it out here:
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