In their just-released music video, Scars on Broadway perform 'World Long Gone' among cowboy travelers in the middle of a dessert.
A music video in an attempt to support their second single entitled "World Long Gone" has just been premiered. The rock song, which is produced and written by Daron Malakian of System of a Down, is taken from the band's self-titled debut album, which has come out in July.
The music video for the single is directed by director and screenwriter Joel Schumacher, who recently works on a horror movie called "Creek", which is slated for release sometime in 2008. Filmed in Southern California, the band have asked fans to come down to the set and take part in the shoot, which focuses on a "The Wicker Man" bonfire style.
At the beginning of the video, five men, two of whom are the band's members, are seen walking through a dessert, donning cowboy suits. It is then followed with a shot of people, walking behind them while holding paper boards with words, saying "I'm Free Now" and "No more blood". As night comes, the people make a campfire while the rockers sing the song.
Scars on Broadway's "World Long Gone":