Canadian rockers April Wine had been around for a lifetime by the time their 1981 album, Nature of the Beast came out. The band formed in 1969 (!) and had released 8 albums prior to their U.S. breakout. Nature of the Beast peaked at #26, and ended up going platinum in the U.S. (and double platinum in Canada). In addition, two singles broke the U.S. top 100 -- "Just Between You and Me" (#21) and "Sign of the Gypsie Queen" (#57).
The video is pretty basic, highlighting the band in concert (in fact, "Sign of the Gypsie Queen" was shot using footage from the same concert). I have to say, I love the three guitars and the big drum kit (with double bass); the whole thing is a great snapshot of a late 70s / early 80s rock band.
Cool trivia fact: "Just Between You and Me" was the 14th video ever played on MTV and the first one by a Canadian performer, securing April Wine a place in music video history.