When it comes to music videos, few bands seem to have as big of an impact with their fans as the Dirty Heads. In a day and age where there really isn't one television channel dedicated to music videos anymore, the California alt-rockers still pour their hearts and souls into making some of the most captivating and cinematic features around. That couldn't be truer than with their latest endeavor, 'Sound of Change,' and Diffuser is beyond excited to debut it in the video above.

Like the video that preceded it ('Silence'), the Dirty Heads partnered with Red Digital Cameras to create a beautifully shot video experience. And even more special than the pristine quality of the footage is where they filmed it.

"'Sound of Change' was shot live from our show this year at Red Rocks in Colorado," the band tells us. "A lot of blood, sweat and tears went into our journey as a band to get to this point and our friends at Red Camera could not have captured one of the most life-changing experiences we've ever had more perfectly."

Red Rocks is no doubt one of the premier spots for any band to play. "We've evolved as a band not only through our music, but from our live performances and getting to headline venues we never dreamed would be possible," they humbly admit. "'Sound of Change,' being the title of our new album, is something really special to us. We hope you all enjoy."

Dirty Heads are currently on the road for a full-blown North American tour through mid-November. Get their full itinerary at their official website here.

And if you like the new music video for 'Sound of Change,' we've partnered with the band to give away five autographed copies of the vinyl edition of the new album! All you have to do is follow @DiffuserFM and @DirtyHeads and retweet the below message:

We'll pick the five winners from the pool of follows and retweets at 12PM ET this Friday, Oct. 31! Make sure to read our contest rules here -- and good luck!