Creed On Getting "Up To Par" With Videos

With Creed's latest video, "Higher," enjoying heavy airplay on MTV, one would think that the band is comfortable in front of the camera. Not so.

Creed singer Scott Stapp told the MTV Radio Network that although the group has a few videos under its collective belt, it does not enjoy the filming process, nor has it ever been happy with the results.

"Being with a new record company who had never had any bands make videos, we're going through the learning process," Stapp said. "So [for] each video we do we feel that it is getting better. But ["Higher"] is not quite up to par in our book of standards." [RealAudio]

Like it or not, the band will soon be filming a video for "What If." That song appears on both its latest album, "Human Clay" (which debuted at number one on the "Billboard" album charts) and the upcoming "Scream 3" soundtrack, which the band is executive producing

(see "Creed To Oversee 'Scream 3' Soundtrack; Gives Praise To Radio").

In other Creed news, the band will perform on "The Late Show With David Letterman" on November 16.