Australia's Rudely Interrupted is quickly becoming a budding music act. The band's power-pop songs are as energetic as they are catchy, and the group was recently invited to play at the U.N. and the Kennedy Center.
Rudely Interrupted sets itself apart in that three of its four members are physically or mentally handicapped. It was formed by guitarist and manager Rohan Brooks, a music therapist who wanted to start a band with his students.
The band's new EP comes out in the U.S. on Oct. 7 and features the title track, "I Am Alive," which is making its U.S. debut below.
"The music video for 'I Am Alive' tells the story of the band's travels and tours around the globe, from airports to hotels, from the suitcases to the stage," Brooks told CBS News. "While our personal journey is full of life and love, there's also heartache and loss, but that's what it means to be alive. We should also celebrate the emotional roller coaster that is 'life' because that's what being 'ALIVE' is; all of its ups and downs. Sing it, 'I Am Alive,' it helps with the pain of loss and remembering who we all are: human."
Check out the video here: