Victoria-based band Current Swell were in Langford last week to shoot a music video with radio host Dylan Willows

Current Swell film music video in West Shore

On Thursday, May 15 the band headed to Millstream Self Storage for the video, which is a spoof on the TV show Storage Wars.

Victoria-based band Current Swell were in the West Shore last week, shooting a music video for their song “Keys to the Kingdom.”

On Thursday, May 15 the band headed to Millstream Self Storage for the video, which is a spoof on the TV show Storage Wars. A fake meth lab was set up in one of the units, á la Breaking Bad, and members of the band pretended to bid on the contents within, with local radio host Dylan Willows playing auctioneer.

“We’re just trying to have a bit of fun,” frontman Scott Stanton said. “Usually they send us to Vancouver, we’ve shot in Toronto too. It’s nice to know I’ll be slepping in my own bed tonight.”

Expect to see the video released in late June.

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