Barenaked Ladies Jamming in 'Every Subway Car' Music Video
Barenaked Ladies make a mini live performance in front of subway cars in their latest music video. In the other side of the subway station, a young guy is seen drawing some graffiti on the wall of the building.
The Canadian rock alternative band shot the music video at the Halton County Radial Railway back in June this year. The museum's film industry liaison Doug McOuat told Guelph Mercury that the group "made use of the first two subway cars built in Canada in 1963."
"Every Subway Car" is listed in Barenaked Ladies' latest studio effort "All in Good Time". In support of the album, they are currently on tour with Kris Allen as one of their special guests. Concertgoers can visit their MySpace to obtain detailed info about the gig.
Barenaked Ladies' "Every Subway Car" music video
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