If you live in Houston and are obsessed with the local pro football franchise (like most people), you might recognize the setting of Walker Lukens' "When I Lost You, Goddamn, I Lost" video, which his people were kind enough to let us premiere right here on Rocks Off. (It's at the top of Page 2.)
As you can see above, the band shot the clip at the Methodist Training Center, known to most people driving by Reliant Park as "The Bubble," because it looks like one. Lukens you may not be quite as familiar with, but he's a swoon-worthy pop singer-songwriter who can also rock a little a la Coldplay's Chris Martin or Ray LaMontagne, or slather on a little Black Keys-style squelch. He grew up in Houston before we lost him to Austin, but says he wouldn't mind moving back someday.
More on that later, but for now this begs the question of how Lukens wound up shooting his band the Side Arms' video in the Bubble. The artist says that after a couple of years as a solo act, he wanted to do something that would reintroduce him as part of a band. Also, his drummer's dad happens to be the Texans' equipment manager, so they were already off to a good start.