​Crazy Bones "Lifeblood" (video)

​Crazy Bones 'Lifeblood' (video)
Fuzzy Toronto garage rock unit Crazy Bones let us in on their "Delusions" last year, and now they've returned with a brand new video for "Lifeblood."
The track comes from their upcoming EP Hell's Garden, which hears the three-piece delving deep and writing about "life, death, nature, and paranoia."
Referencing the title of the song, the band explains, "In the wild the fight for your life starts when you're born and the only thing keeping you alive is your lifeblood, your desire to exist."
The accompanying video blends performance footage with clips captured from life on the road. Cliffs are jumped off of, beers are shotgunned and fishing lines are cast (though we don't get to see any rewards reaped), as the band members trek their way across highways and through nature.

Watch the video for "Lifeblood" below.
Hell's Garden is due out on December 22 via Fishbum Records, and you get can get a free download of the latest track if you pre-order the EP here

Crazy Bones will mark the release with a Toronto EP release show on December 22 at the Bovine Sex Club, followed by a Hamilton show on December 29 at Doors.