Autopilot Release Head-Spinning Sin City Based Music Video “Unwound”
Saskatoon alternative rock crew Autopilot have just dropped a head-spinning Sin City based visual for their latest single, “Unwound”. The release comes as the Canadian outfit continues to impress across the continent. Recognized at home with a nomination at the Saskatchewan Music Awards, the band are currently wowing audiences on the US West Coast, as their thrilling North American headline tour enters its final leg.
Speaking on the video shoot, frontman Marlon Harder explains:
“Unwound was filmed in Las Vegas, through the night and into the morning. We wanted to capture a solitary madness while being surrounded by the chaotic allure of the Vegas lights. The video portrays an internal battle getting stuck in your thoughts and becoming unwound in your own head. In the end the sun comes up to symbolize a chance to start again.”
Canadian Musician Magazine calls them “one of the hardest working bands in the country” and it’s easy to see why. The last year has seen Autopilot tirelessly tour North America, releasing four singles in the process, as the band continue to take their gripping brand of modern rock to stage and stereo.
While Autopilot’s work ethic and hard work has seen them pick up myriad tour opportunities, it’s the band’s effortlessly captivating sonic output that has earned them radio play across North America. As well as hitting Earshot’s Top 50, the NACC North American College Charts, and Sirius XM, the highly rated act have also received another nomination from the Saskatchewan Music Awards for 2023 Rock Artist of the Year, having previously been nominated in 2019.
With their much anticipated album nearing completion, the Saskatoon crew followed up the release of “Say Something” and “Feverish Dreams” with their latest release “Unwound”. The track with an unerringly moreish delivery, displaying Autopilot’s nuanced ability to craft glistening pop sensibility alongside groovy guitar lines and anthemic choruses. Click below to watch “Unwound”.