Pop rockers the Fall Four have joined AP to release their sunny (as in, desert level sunny) video for “Trainwreck.”

After the band camped out in Death Valley for a week, the video was put together. The short film clips feature dirt bikes, concert action and even a short scene of arson.

“There was no cellphone service, no internet service, ultimately no civilization and a couple of dirt bikes,” says singer Kyle Dee. “One night we almost lost our drummer in quick sand. We had the time of our lives.”

The song “Trainwreck” is an ode to all the hopeless romantics out there. “Trainwreck is a song about loving someone no matter how much they let you down,” says Dee.

The band is getting ready to work on new music following the release of their 2015 EP, which is also titled Trainwreck. The Fall Four will be working with Rian Dawson from All Time Low, and hope to release their new EP this summer.

Check out the music video below, and leave your thoughts in the comments!