Ray Rahman
August 29, 2012 AT 03:34 PM EDT

As Tallahassee alt-rockers Go Radio prove, the Republican Convention isn’t the only thing cooking down in Florida.

The Warped Tour alums are gearing up for the Sept. 18 release of their new album Close the Distance, the follow-up to their 2011 debut Lucky Street. And, appropriately enough, the video to their new single “Go to Hell” features a boy trying to do just that — close the distance — with his girl. However, as the song’s title suggests, there be obstacles.

“The video is a really awesome interpretation of the song,” singer Jason Lancaster says of the clip, which features a guy running around L.A.’s public-transit system (they have one!) in a last-ditch effort to meet his lady. “We read through the story [treatment] and just got caught in how universal it was.”

Check out the clip below:

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