PawnShop Kings’ “Fall Apart” Music Video

To hear the music of PawnShop Kings, you might never guess that brothers Scott and Joel Owen actually grew up in Southern California around the ocean.

The brothers, in fact, have a history with the South. “Everybody in our family was back in Memphis and West Memphis, Arkansas,” explains Scott.

Their newest video, for “Fall Apart,” brings viewers back to that Southern heritage. The video was shot during the guys’ road trip across America retracing their musical roots. The brothers actually got to return to their grandfather’s Southern farm—along with their family—to film a few videos, including “Fall Apart.” “We’ve been wanting to do this for a long time,” says Scott.

“We shot part of this video outside the iconic Memphis restaurant Rendevous,” recalled Joel. “Growing up we went there countless times with our grandfather. Our mom grew up with the owner’s sons, our uncle’s picture used to hang on the wall and the servers are gentlemen and lifelong friends. We talked forever about singing there, so this footage runs deep for us.”

Even when they aren’t visiting family, it’s evident that Joel and Scott are always connected to the South’s music. See for yourself in their video for “Fall Apart.”

Comments

More News

“Roller Coaster” singer celebrates agricultural communities starting Oct. 1 in Knoxville, Tenn.
Big Machine artists kiss the bricks and sing some hits.
Dozens treated for illness, several arrested show at Xfinity Center.
Clip directed by Kristin Barlowe blends graffiti and animation.
New album will be released on Tuesday, Sept. 16.
Spars with label over posting unreleased content on YouTube.