A full year after releasing sophomore album Zombies On Broadway, Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness just shared the third and final music video from the record. “Shot Out Of A Cannon” is a highlight on the album. Its music video takes us into a day in the life as Andrew tours Japan. It’s a colorful, whimsical video for a light, ethereal song.
Here’s what Andrew had to say about the new video:
It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since Zombies On Broadway was released. The support for the album on the road, at radio and in the kindness shown by my fans was more than I could have hoped for. A huge highlight of working the album was the time the band and I spent in Japan. As I begin the transition from Zombies into the wilderness of whatever comes next I want to share one last video from this collection of songs.
My cousin, friend and collaborator, Cooper Karl, joined the band and I on our Japanese tour and in the process collected the footage for this film. Selfishly, I’m so grateful to have this piece so I can look back at the beauty and chaos of those shows and nights out in Tokyo and Osaka. Still it’s my hope that those of you who made it to shows during our year long Zombies adventure will feel the same nostalgia I feel when watching these frames set to “Shot Out Of A Cannon.” Thanks to Cooper and his team for putting this together and to Michael McQuilcan for the graphics woven into this cool tapestry. Enjoy.
Watch the music video for “Shot Out Of A Cannon” below:
You can hear “Shot Out Of A Cannon” on Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness’ second album, Zombies On Broadway. Stream it on Spotify or download it from iTunes now. Following videos for “Fire Escape” and “So Close,” this is the third and final video from the album.
It may be too early to know what’s next for Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness. No doubt, there will be plenty of new music in 2019, if not sooner. As always, keep checking back here for all the latest Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness news.
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