Dave Kerzner shares video for “Dirty Girl,” 4th single from new album ‘Heart Land Mines Vol.1’

Dave Kerzner shares video for “Dirty Girl,” 4th single from new album ‘Heart Land Mines Vol.1’

Progressive rock artist Dave KerZner has released his a video for the track “Dirty Girl,” his fourth music video from his solo album “Heart Land Mines Vol. 1” which is out now.

This autobiographical concept album is about a cross-country journey Dave took in the mid-90s leaving LA after a bad break up with a guitar and suitcase to write songs and reflect. Along this journey, Dave came across a tempting rebound opportunity with a seductive waitress who lived with her family in a small town. She liked to party when her parents weren’t home even though her little brother had a bad habit of spying on her. It was a weird scene so Dave ended up alone in a sleeping bag outside under the stars and kept on driving the next day.

Watch the video for “Dirty Girl” here:

You can order the “Heart Land Mines Vol. 1” album on CD or digital download here: http://sonicelements.bandcamp.com or on Amazon, iTunes and other outlets around the world.

Video stars Florenza Campos, Dave Kerzner, Fernando Perdomo, Derek Cintron & Brothers of Others, Dylan Spiegel and Angus the Cat.

Video captured and edited by Dave Kerzner & Hal Feldman
Video shot at Bar Nancy in Miami

Dave Kerzner – Vocals, Keyboards
Fernando Perdomo – Guitar, Bass & Drums
Randy McStine – Guitar FX
Durga McBroom – Backing Vocals
Lorelei McBroom – Backing Vocals
Emily Lynn – Backing Vocals

Mixed and Mastered by Dave Kerzner
Produced by Dave Kerzner

The album is Kerzner’s fourth solo effort following up on his previous release “The Traveler”. It features an ensemble cast of musicians including Fernando Perdomo (Echo in the Canyon), Matt Dorsey (Sound of Contact), Durga McBroom (Pink Floyd), Elliott Randall (Steely Dan), Lyle Workman (Jellyfish, Beck), Joe Deninzon (Kansas) and more. “This album was many years in the making” says Kerzner “I’ve worked on it on and off since the mid-90s.The stories in the songs are based on true events in my life when I was in my 20’s. Now, 25 years, I’m thrilled to finally present the first volume to be heard publicly!”

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