'American Idol' Alums James Durbin & Casey Abrams Team Up for New Lego-Inspired Video

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Casey Abrams and James Durbin in the audience on FOX's "American Idol XIII" Top 12 Live Performance Show on March 5, 2014 in Hollywood, Calif.

American Idol season 10 alums James Durbin and Casey Abrams have teamed up on a new Lego-inspired stop-motion video for Durbin's new song “Scratchers N’ Cheap Beer" from his EP Riot on Sunset

As Durbin wails the lyrics, "I do it for the love/I do it for the high/I do it for the noise/I do it for the fight," the visuals are something to behold, as both Idols rock out in Lego form and other figures join in a mosh pit. "Scratches N' Cheap Beer" is the latest release from Durbin's 2016 album, Riot on Sunset, which also features the single "Smackdown."

The clip -- directed by Durbin's son, Hunter -- was released in honor of the rocker's 28th birthday. 

Durbin is gearing up for a rocking 2017 with the release of a five-song EP featuring Quiet Riot guitarist Alex Grossi, Maps to the Hollywood Scars. The record will be available worldwide via New Ocean Media next month.

Watch the “Scratchers N’ Cheap Beer” music video below.


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