The folk-punk troubadour and Breaking Bad superstar are amongst various familiar faces who filmed cameos for the Bristol rockers' 'Homewrecker' video.
'Homewrecker' opens with a shot of Aaron Paul spoofing his Breaking Bad character, saying "The Travis Walton Band is a bitch and your song 'Homewrecker' is a bitch, bitch."
Frank Turner is seen filming himself miming the song in a bathroom mirror in several shots of the video.
The video also features the likes of rock bands Bloody Knees and K**t and the Gang and Cambridge alternative rockers Lonely the Brave.
'Homewrecker' is taken from The Travis Waltons' album, Your Neck is Bleeding, which was released on January 9 and features the likes of Charlie Simpson and ex-Reuben frontman and singer-songwriter Jamie Lenman. It can be streamed below and on their bandcamp site.
Good friends The Travis Waltons have a killer new video, I did a short cameo, along with many others: http://t.co/V15BJ0tvYp— Frank Turner (@frankturner) January 10, 2014
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