(hed) pe Shoot Video For Song On 'Graceland' Soundtrack

Disc also features songs by Filter, Uncle Kracker, Crystal Method.

(hed) pe frontman Jahred Shaine works his magic to bring a motley crew of characters together as a band in the group's new video for "Killing Time."

Shaine (born Paolo Gomes) plays a witch doctor in the clip, while guitarist Chizad plays a gas station attendant, drummer B.C. a short-order cook, guitarist Westyle an auto driver, bassist Mawk a disgruntled boyfriend and DJ Product a homeless guy.

(Hed) p.e. shot the video over the three-day weekend at Tejon Ranch in Lancastar, California. "Killing Time" is the second single from their second album, Broke, and the lead single from the soundtrack to the upcoming Kevin Costner/Kurt Russell flick "3,000 Miles to Graceland." The film's director, Demian Lichtenstein, also shot the video.

The soundtrack hits stores February 20, and the movie hits theaters three days later.

The rest of the soundtrack includes, in no particular order, Filter's "It's Gonna Kill Me," Nothingface's "Bleeder," A3's "Mansion on the Hill," Southern Culture on the Skids' "Pass the Hatchet," Hednoize's "Loaded Gun," Hardknox's "Come in Hard," Uncle Kracker's "Who's Your Uncle?," Kenny Wayne Shepherd's "In 2 Deep," Crystal Method's "Vapor Trail," BT's "Smartbomb," Elvis Presley's "Such a Night," Corrosion of Conformity's "Stare Too Long," Spineshank's "New Disease" and Bender's "Angel Dust."