EDDIE TRUNK HOSTS GREAT WHITE’S “COMPLICATED” VIDEO PREMIERE

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GreatWhiteTerryilous400 Trunk Nation central will showcase the world premiere of Great White’s latest music video, Complicated, on Tuesday, March 25th, the five-piece announced.

Complicated, the latest single from Elation (Frontiers) is overflowing with rockin’ guitar riffs, tight percussion, tickling keys, fresh vocal swagger and an infectious chorus. The boogie-blues track is signature Great White through and through, soon to become a fan favorite.

The accompanying music video is a far cry from classic Great White videos from back in the day. The band enlisted help from Mark Teague of Dream Haven Studios to create a multi-media narrative: a first for the band.

“We really had a good time making the video and we hope the fans dig it. They will feel the positive energy coming from the song and video,” the band said. “Working with Eddie Trunk is a great fit for us, too, Trunk Nation fans have embraced Great White for years, and we’ve gotten to know Eddie more on tours such as the Monsters of Rock Cruise.”

Working alongside a green screen and even utilizing acting prowess, Great White captures an emotional triumph. Watch the video for Complicated below.

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  • Frank W on

    I’ve always been a fan of this band even though people like to pick on them. This video is shameful though. The song is ok …nothing special.


    • Les Binks is better than Jar Jar Binks on

      They deserve to be picked on. With any dignity they would have gone far,far away on 2/21/03.



  • steve on

    Agree…terrible video and song is pretty lame..Unfortunately this band is another victim of needing to keep the original singer to at least keep some type of audience….Original band put out some great songs…


  • Bret Newman on

    The real Great White lies with Jack Russell. This sounds like the Black Crowes trying to be pop rock, with a singer that looks like he came from the 80’s band The Romantics. At least Queensryche sounds like Queensryche without Geoff Tate. The only thing I dig with this band is Mark Kendell. But really, GW hasn’t put anything new worthwhile to buy since the 90’s.


    • ANDY on

      Romantics? That’s funny! I agree with 100% of your statement Bret! I think If they would of stuck together though(original members), they could have become the likes of a Motley Crue and left a bigger foot print in this rock n roll world!!! I mean hell Great White are GRAMMY WINNERS!!!! Go FIGURE?
      TMS # 1 FAN!!!!!!


  • Rock on

    voting now for WORST ROCK VID EVER


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