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Tuesday, May 18, 2010 – The Drive-By Truckers video have a new video for Working This Job.

The band worked on the video with Scott Teems and Ray McKinnon. The video stars Ray McKinnon (Deadwood, The Blind Side) and features a storyline about a man who loses his job and finds himself driven to extremes.

Two versions were released - one includes an explicit shoot out in the ending and the alternate includes less bullets and more burgers.

The band also just released a documentary called "A Secret to a Happy Ending" that just premiered at the Atlanta Film festival, which McKinnon spoke at.


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