Limp Bizkit's Durst Directs Latest Puddle Of Mudd Video

By | October 10, 2001 at 12:00 AM

Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst has once again stepped behind the camera to shoot a music video. Durst directed the video for “Blurry,” the second single from Puddle Of Mudd’s major-label debut album, Come Clean.

The video was shot in Los Angeles last week. Puddle Of Mudd leader Wes Scantlin tells LAUNCH that the clip draws on the theme of “Blurry,” about missing his son while on the road with his band.

“We had a really good time doing the video with Fred, he directed it. And the whole concept is about, you know, kinda being kept from my kid and not being able to see him and kinda being drug away from him,” he says. “My son is actually in the video with me, so… It goes from live performance to, like, me playing with my kid, live performance with my son being dropped off at the house. It’s really cool.”

This is the second clip Durst has directed for Puddle, whom he signed to his own Interscope Records imprint, Flawless. It follows the video for the group’s hit single, “Control.”

Durst has also overseen videos for Korn, Staind, Cold, and of course, Limp Bizkit.

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