City Slang: Taproot, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr., Don Was vids on the web



We’re bringing you a bunch of cool video clips today, to prove that it is a Good Friday. First off is the video for “No Surrender” from Ann Arbor nu-metallers Taproot. Watch it here.

According to the press release, “Using Chicago as the backdrop, “No Surrender” was filmed by Eric Richter and crew at Victory Records. “The video follows the story of the song [No Surrender], in which our main character is in dire need of escaping his dark and mysterious hotel room (not knowing what'd happened there, but feels something bad). He is running away, unsure towards what, but longing for a sense of security and safety

Do or die, No Surrender!” Vocalist Stephen Richards said.”

Check out the video for Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.’s “We Almost Lost Detroit” here, directed from Andrew Smart. The single is from the It’s a Corporate World album, out now.

Finally, there’s a cool clip online of Don Was talking about his career on Fox 2. See that here.

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