Chicago rockers The Last Vegas are back with another eye-catching music video for the song "She's My Confusion", off the band's fourth full-length album, "Bad Decisions", released last fall through FrostByte Media. The clip was produced and directed by the Chicago-based video production company Motion Source Video Solutions, the same team responsible for the "Evil Eyes" music video.
The "She's My Confusion" video is based on a well-known Chicago area ghost story named "Resurrection Mary" that's been around since the '30s. The young woman, Mary, had spent the evening dancing at the Oh Henry Ballroom (now the Willowbrook) with a boyfriend. Following an argument that evening, Mary stormed out into the cold winter's night, leaving the ballroom behind and walked along Archer Avenue. Not long after, she was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver who fled the scene leaving her to die. The story survives through the many men who claim picking up a young female hitchhiker along Archer Avenue between the Willowbrook Ballroom (which is the locale for the video) and Resurrection Cemetery. When reaching the cemetery, the young woman is let out only to disappear into the cemetery.
"The Willowbrook Ballroom is a Chicago musical institution; one bad-ass, old-school place which drips of mystery, intrigue and aura," said The Last Vegas guitarist Adam Arling. "What better place to film an unconventional rock video for 'She's My Confusion'? We stepped back in time and addressed whether those noises we hear in the night are real, or just a dream?"
The Last Vegas is in studio this month laying down tracks for its fifth full-length album, title yet to be determined, working with the great Roy Z (Judas Priest, Bruce Dickinson, Sepultura). A North American tour will follow, as will a European tour supporting Buckcherry and Hardcore Superstar. Partnering with fans through PledgeMusic, The Last Vegas is offering up a variety of great exclusive opportunities like a studio hang, an acoustic performance/backyard BBQ and more.