Bohnes, former lead singer of popular pop-rock band The Cab, debuted the official video for “Six Feet Under.” The single, which is the first track from his upcoming album, marks the first piece of new music from Bohnes since the 2015 release of “Middle Finger.”

The video for “Six Feet Under” was shot at the Nara Dreamland in Japan, which is a theme park that was built in 1961 to look nearly identical to Disneyland. The park has been sitting abandoned for over a decade, and Bohnes and his crew snuck in to capture the beauty of the park before it was permanently torn down in the winter of 2016.

Bohnes is Alexander DeLeon – best known as the lead singer of the rock band The Cab, which was signed to Fueled by Ramen and Republic Records, scored Top 40 Hits with “Bad,” and “Endlessly,” along with fan favorite “Angel with a Shotgun.” Alex also wrote the RIAA certified gold single for Panic! at the Disco, “Victorious,” as well as songs for Cody Simpson and others. In his quest to create the music and videos for his new album, he traveled the world extensively in 2016 and 2017, documenting every step on his popular social media accounts. 

Keep up with Bohnes:
Twitter: 
twitter.com/bohnes
Instagram: instagram.com/bohnes