Theory of a Deadman are currently heating up radio with the song ‘Hurricane,’ and we've got the exclusive premiere of the music video for the tune right here on Loudwire. The song is the band’s most recent single off of their fourth studio album 'The Truth Is...'

The very creative video shows frontman Tyler Connolly losing his 'Bad Girlfriend' Amber ‘Hurricane’ Smith to fame and fortune when she wins a televised singing competition. Connolly gets left in the dust as Ms. Hurricane ditches him for partying and shopping as she steadily becomes a natural disaster. Look for an appearance by comedic actor Andy Dick in the clip.

When we had the chance to talk to Connolly about the types of songs on ‘The Truth Is ...,’ he said, “For us it all comes down to balance. There’s I guess this perception about us being just I don’t know misogynistic to party band to dirty rock but for us we always have songs like ‘Bitch Came Back’ or ‘Lowlife’ but then we do have the songs like ‘Hurricane’ and ‘Easy to Love You’ and ‘Outta My Head’ that take on – not necessarily a lighter side — but maybe a different aspect."

Check out our full exclusive interview with Tyler Connolly and catch him on tour with the rest of Theory of a Deadman. For a full list of dates and cities, go here. In the meantime, watch the exclusive premiere of Theory of a Deadman's 'Hurricane' video below:

Watch the Video for Theory of a Deadman, ‘Hurricane’