Wayne Burgess is the chap on the right wearing the Gibson shirt, in his guise as lead guitarist for the band Scattering Ashes. Before – and we're presuming after as well – his shifts on the six-strings he's also a Jaguar designer and was the lead on the 2012 XF.

And that's how Burgess and mates ended up taking Jag b-roll and cutting it for a vid to their song "Cut Me Down." It's a twist on the decade-old Jag ad campaign "Everyone dreams of becoming a rock star. What then do rock stars dream of?"

In the words of the old American Express tagline, then, "membership has its privileges." You'll find the clip after the jump.



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      JRS_4500
      • 2 Years Ago
      Very good looking car imo. The song... was just too flat a lot of the time. If it weren't for the Jaguars drifting all over then I wouldn't have watched the full 2 minutes.
      George Giallias
      • 2 Years Ago
      song sucks
      autobahn_cars
      • 2 Years Ago
      stinks
      Noah
      • 2 Years Ago
      Much better designer than musician... and that's not much about his design skills...
      chlova05
      • 2 Years Ago
      Surprise me that the beauty of this car was born out of the soul of rockin' roll. But great job with both the music and car.
      robhjr73
      • 2 Years Ago
      Nice Jag! but really don't telegraph your age/disconnect w/ driven rock, NO pun intended. made you think huh you Fockers, peace seriously, just josh'n.