The San Diego based Alternative Pop outfit Steal The Scenery, has released their first official music video off of their second album "The Art of Breaking Hearts" entitled "She Should've Been A Construction Worker".

The San Diego based Alternative Pop outfit Steal The Scenery, has released their first official music video off of their second album "The Art of Breaking Hearts" entitled "She Should've Been A Construction Worker".

The music video was shot on top of a roof top in downtown San Diego and features iconic landmarks such as Petco Park, The Hilton Hotel in the Gaslamp District, and the overpass bridge by Balboa Park. The music video was shot entirely in high defention by San Diego based director William Ullman, director of photography Daniel Agustin, produce by Paul Klinke of 37 Click (www.37click.com) and can be viewed at the link below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_C8Z4WgeMg

Steal The Scenery is an electrifying four piece alternative pop band from San Diego, California. Their creative writing has been influence from so many great bands. Their catchy melodies and hooks keep your attention from the start while their lyrics have you singing along by the second time your hear their song Their second studio album "The Art of Breaking Hearts" is currently being produced by up and coming producer and friend Jaime Preciado of Peirce The Veil and set to be released April of 2011. This album will transform a new style music that is not currently being covered by any artist in today's music mainstream or underground scenes. For more information please visit their website at www.stealthescenery.com

Video Credits:
Steal The Scenery
"She Should've Been A Construction Worker"
Director: William Ullman
Director of Photography: Daniel Agustin
Produced by: 37Click
Emerald Grand Records