Australian DJ-producer Hook N Sling is fresh off signing a deal with Insomniac / Interscope Records. His first release at his new home is “Break Yourself,” a G-House creation featuring pop sensations Far East Movement. The single sees Hook N Sling go outside his established progressive house sound, bringing a track that showcases both his versatility and his brilliant production abilities. The track is now available on Beatport. Also, if you dig the track, vote for it on this week's Elektro Clash.

Now, the music video for the track has been released. Directed by Carlos Lopez Estrada and Nelson De Castro, the entirety of the music video is shot on a school bus (with the exception of the opening seconds of the video). Complete with a real team of cheerleaders, a chain-smoking group of adults, an enthusiastic preacher, demonic students and more, its a chaotic video accompaniment to the infectiously dance-y single.

Along with the music video, Hook N Sling has also released a behind-the-scenes video that takes its viewers inside the making of the music video, complete with a variety of facts about the video that you probably didn't know. For example, did you that Hook N Sling doesn't know how to drive a bus? Could be why they end up in that horrible accident in the video... just saying. Or maybe it was because Hook N Sling was too busy updating his cat blog to be watching the road. Just mere speculation. Anyway, check out the awesome behind the scenes look at the video below.