Sammy Hagar and his band the Circle – featuring Michael Anthony, Jason Bonham and Vic Johnson – have released a video for their track “No Worries” from their debut album Space Between.

The promo includes scenes from a movie based on the LP which they shot with Z.Z. Satriani, son of guitarist Joe Satriani.

You can watch the video below:

“It's like a metaphor,” Hagar told Forbes in a new interview. “In the album Space Between, I wrote a concept record about money, greed, enlightenment and truth. What happens is, in the songs, the guy lost everything. He was on top of the world, kicking ass, but he was an asshole and greedy and it went to his head. Then he got bumped out of everything and it took that to have the enlightenment … the enlightenment moment is when you are sitting there with nothing and you realize it's not so bad. ‘This is better than when I was rich and powerful and all the hassles I had and fucking people and getting fucked and all that stuff.’”

He continued: “When you got nothing you're just sitting there going, ‘Wow, I don’t have any worries.’ I came from that place so I know that it does exist. It's not where I am today, but it was important in my story. And the video cracks me up because we took a businessman and took his tie and put it around his head, he starts doing cartwheels down the street. I love it, I love enlightenment, that song to me is about that. You can really live that way if you can figure it out.”

Hagar previously said of the Space Between movie: “I gave (Satriani) a whole bunch of money and said, 'Go crazy!'" The reason I like this movie is it gives the album more legs. It's not just a record, and when you see this movie you're gonna go back and listen to the record and go 'Oh!' It elevates your listening and viewing experience."

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