Local Wichita Falls band Twicebroken first hit the rock scene in early 2007 and they haven't looked back since. With non-stop shows and the release of their self titled debut album in 2010, band members Aaron Mullin (Vocals/Keys), Darren Davis (Lead Guitar), Jessie Brashear (Drums), Nick Knowles (Bass), and Bryan Crowe (Rhythm guitar/Harmony Vocals), have had their sights set on the top of the charts and can't stop, won't stop until they get there.

The next logical step in the career of artists destined for stardom is to star in their own music video, and Twicebroken has done just that after earning first place in the first annual Free Music Video Contest put on by North Texas film company All Grown Up Pictures in October.  As the prize for winning the contest; in early November, Twicebroken and All Grown Up Pictures began filming the music video for 'Already Gone', a heavy hitting track from their 2010 self titled debut album. The video takes on a modern day Bonnie and Clyde theme and was filmed in historic downtown Wichita Falls, Texas - which is said to be home to one of the actual hideouts of the infamous criminal duo Bonnie and Clyde, the old River Grocery and Market building on North Burnett Street.

Watch Twicebroken's video for 'Already Gone' below:

the old River Grocery and Market building on North Burnett Street