Nickelback shooting video for new song at Pacific Central Station


Canadian rock group Nickelback were spotted Tuesday at Vancouver’s Pacific Central Station shooting a video for a new song.

Nickelback is said to be working on their eighth studio album, and fans are eager for the release sometime this year. The band is rumoured to be putting out two singles as early as this month.

Today came whisperings Nickelback was set up inside the bus and rail station near Main Street and Terminal Avenue for the video shoot.

The band ultimately sent out some photos to spread the word they were working day one on a set of two music vids.


“What Are You Waiting For” is the forthcoming album’s lead pop single, while “Edge of a Revolution” will be the lead rock single.

Sometimes life in Vancouver means accidentally winding up at a shoot:

And of course, Nickelback has its share of haters who plan to stay away from Pacific Central Station today:


Photo: Nickelback via Twitter

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