One Bad Son debut their brand new video for “Satellite Hotel”

Saskatchewan natives One Bad Son just can’t stop and won’t stop rockin’ hard and making great music, and now they’ve got something new to add to their resume of awesome.  Addicted is thrilled to share with you One Bad Son’s latest (and possibly greatest) music video for “Satellite Hotel”.

One Bad Son just may have figured out the formula for winning at this rock music game; get a cool bunch of dudes together, pick up some instruments, and work and rock as hard as possible.  Their hard work continues to pay off, as the boys add another stellar album to their catalogue in Black Buffalo (released September 2nd), and are celebrating a decade of making fantastic music.  “After 10 years of writing, touring and growing as a band, we feel that Black Buffalo is as close as we’ve come to capturing the sound and live energy of what we always envisioned One Bad Son to be,” says Volk. “The long hours on the road and months of touring due to the success of our last record are really reflected in the songs. It’s the sound of four brothers on a mission to make rock n roll our way. Never bowing to trends and never compromising, we keep pushing ourselves and our art. We hope people are as excited to listen to it as we are to get out and play it live!”

Filmed overnight right here in Toronto, the “Satellite Hotel” video was directed by George Vale, a music video genius who has garnered 37 MMVA nominations, and has worked Canadian music royalty, including Sam Roberts, Broken Social Scene, Stars and Big Wreck. Capturing the raw energy, power and excitement of One Bad Son’s live stage presence, this video gives fans the chance to feel like they’re at an OBS shows whenever and wherever they want.

Check out the video here and let us and the band know what you think on twitter at @weraddicted and

Nadia Elkharadly

Nadia Elkharadly

Nadia Elkharadly is the Co-Founder and Managing Editor of Addicted Magazine. Her myriad of addictions include music, fashion, travel, technology, boxing and trying to make the world a better place. Nadia is also a feminist, an animal lover, and a neverending dreamer. Keep up with her on social media through @thenadiae.
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