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Every Time I Die Posts New Music Video For "Revival Mode" Song

Every Time I Die has posted a video clip online for the song “Revival Mode.” The track is from the band’s upcoming new album "Ex Lives," set for release this March 6th via Epitaph Records. Check out the clip below.

The group’s singer, Keith Buckley, offers the following on the new video: "We worked with director Robert Schober who has done incredible work for Mastodon, Deftones, Metallica and now, us. The clip has a very ambiguously creepy David Lynch vibe to it and might be the first time we've never included a single one of our instruments in lieu of a story line that exists outside of us as members of a band. It's dark and weird and while not completely adhering thematically to the lyrics, it sets a larger, broader mood which marries the song perfectly."

Director Robert “Robo” Schober adds, "The video is a surrealist crime drama set on a lost highway...the story loosely interprets key phrases from the song...the guys were awesome and put up with many hours of freezing temperatures in the middle of the desert."

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1. KREDD writes:

very david lynch-y and awesome. it'd be cool if they expanded the storyline across a couple videos.

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