SKINDRED Films 'Trouble' Video

Welsh ragga-metal band SKINDRED has finished filming the video for its new single, "Trouble". Shot last past weekend in London at Greenford Studios, the clip was helmed by Ray Moody of Visual Abuse. Moody's previous credits include visual effects on the Academy Award-winning film "Saving Private Ryan", the first four "Harry Potter" movies, as well as over 600 commercials, including promos for KEANE, RADIOHEAD and NINE INCH NAILS.

A photo from last weekend's shoot can be found below.

"Trouble" will impact radio on September 23, with the video expected to make its world premiere shortly after.

SKINDRED has posted a raging underground video (see below) for its track "Roots Rock Riot". Filmed during the group's recent UK tour, the clip features a compilation of backstage and live performance footage.

SKINDRED will serve as support on this year's "Eastpak Antidote Tour" alongside FLOGGING MOLLY and STREET DOGS. Kicking off November 2, the trek is expected to run through December.


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