Hoobastank Premiere New Video For "Can You Save Me"
Catch the exclusive premiere of the new video from Hoobastank for the song Can You Save Me today at AOL Music Noise Creep. Directed by Hoobastank guitarist Dan Estrin and produced by Daniel Catullo and Brian Kotowski of DC3 Music Group, from the band's latest album Fight or Flight out now on Open E Entertainment (EMI).
“The video for Can You Save Me is a bunch of my personal home video footage, as well as some footage shot by the other band members and people close to us. There’s a lot of behind the scenes touring life and shots of us from our perspective, from the United States to Japan, to Iraq and Southeast Asia, it’s our video yearbook of the past two years”
– Explains Hoobastank guitarist and video director Dan Estrin
On Fight Or Flight singer Doug Robb’s vocals are stronger then ever and each track is lyrically and musically infectious. Indie Beat thinks “Hoobastank displays some of its best songwriting to date” and Broken Records says “The group has clearly changed since their debut, but in a great way. While you can easily identify any of the songs as being played by Hoobastank, you can also hear how much the group has grown as musicians over the past decade.”
Fight or Flight marks the beginning of what promises to be a vital new chapter in the nearly two-decade run of the versatile L.A. quartet. The expressiveness of the material is masterfully put across by the band, comprised of singer Doug Robb, guitarist Dan Estrin, bass player Jesse Charland and drummer Chris Hesse and captured with breathtaking immediacy by producer Gavin Brown (Metric, Billy Talent).