iPods are a uncommon commodity lately. So State Champs determined to dedicate a whole music video to at least one.
The pop-punk band's new video for "Criminal" follows a man on a hunt for an iPod basic after he's duped by a Craigslist vendor. What unfolds is a collection of wacky -- and generally terrifying -- encounters throughout New York City, from alligators to physique luggage to demon sacrifices. The widespread denominator is identical curly-haired woman, the metaphorical and literal felony.
"Criminal" continues a collection of interconnected movies from State Champs' newest album, Living Proof. The group's bassist Ryan Scott Graham calls it a "prequel of types" to the group's earlier video for "Dead and Gone," which options that oh-so-cursed iPod getting one other dude in some severe bother. Unlike the "Dead and Gone" video, although, State Champs go from performers to actors in "Criminal," making cameo appearances all through.
The seek for an iPod was tough within the "Criminal" video, however State Champs are making it a lot simpler for followers to get their fingers on it. The guys are giving freely the very iPod from the vid, loaded up with State Champs jams and another band favorites. The iPod may also include a pair of tickets to the band's upcoming tour, which kicks off March 1.
Watch the newest wild iPod chase within the "Criminal" video beneath, and take a look at the band's Twitter web page for extra particulars on easy methods to win the notorious iPod.