"The title alone says it for us," Lynyrd Skynyrd lead singer Johnny Van Zant tells Spinner of his iconic group's latest single, "Last of a Dyin' Breed." "There are very few bands that started back in the '70s with the Southern Rock movement that are still out doing dates, and one of them is Lynyrd Skynyrd."
"All the Southern bands that were popular in the '70s are all either gone and died, God bless them, or else they're not playing anymore and the music or their names kind of faded away," adds Skynyrd guitarist Gary Rossington. "So we're one of the last of a dying breed."
A dyin' breed, perhaps, but these music legends are very much alive and rockin' in their brand-new video for the song. Making its world premiere on The Boot today, the "Last of a Dyin' Breed" video is one big party that begins on, in true Skynyrd fashion, a motorcycle run. The musicians and their friends then end up building their own bar from the ground-up -- complete with cold brews and hot women. Watch the video below.