The Casablancas new record, called Casablona, will be the soundtrack to the upcoming release of “The Bigger Picture.”
The record was a collaboration between the composer and producer of the classic Casablanas music video “Punch Drunk” with the band, “The Cactus Jacks.”
The new album, which was originally planned for release in May, was pushed back to October because of a scheduling conflict.
The new music video, which will be directed by Sam Elliott and co-written by Elliott and Chris Anderson, was set to premiere during the Oscars.
“The Casablans music video was one of the most popular video clips on YouTube and has received a tremendous amount of attention from people across the globe,” Casablano music director and producer David Glynn said in a statement.
“I am very excited about the new record and excited to share it with all of you.”
The Casabalon record will include a live album of songs from the video, “Casablanca,” and the band’s new album “Punk Rock Casablania.”
The band’s last record, the 2001 compilation “Casabalon,” was released in May.
In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine in 2015, Casablons guitarist James Blyth described the new album as a celebration of Casablos “wonderful music.”
“It was a huge undertaking,” Blyt said.
“It had to be.
I can’t imagine anybody who’s not a Casablanco and who doesn’t love Casablanches music not getting this.
I think the music is very powerful, but the lyrics and the lyrics have been a huge part of this record.
I’ve always had a love for Casablanes music and its been a part of my life since I was a kid.”
The soundtrack will include Casablon’s iconic “Casa” theme song.
“Casacalon” is an Italian word meaning “big and beautiful,” and is a variation on the Casa theme of the “Pussycat Dolls” album.
The song was originally a popular theme song in the Casas band’s video for the “Bigger Picture” video.
Casablanas music video for “Punks” was a hit for Universal Music in 2002.
The video featured the band performing a version of “Casualties of War” with a giant bullet hole in it.