Watch: Bullet For My Valentine drop music video for ‘Not Dead Yet’

With their North American tour about to wrap, Bullet For My Valentine have returned with a brand new music video. On Monday (Oct. 15), the Welsh band unleashed the music video for their latest single, “Not Dead Yet.” The three-and-a-half-minute clip follows a woman and a man during the course of a few days’ span.

The camera follows the pair as they spend their days hanging out together, but also having some alone time. In between the shots of the couple going about their days, are shots of the band in what looks to be a sound stage. As the group performs the song, they appear to be surrounded by dense white fog that changes colors as the video progresses.

Watch the music video for “Not Dead Yet” above.

According to the band’s frontman Matt Tuck, the music video was filmed in Japan following their performance at this year’s Summersonic music festival in Tokyo and Osaka.

“We shot our latest video for ‘Not Dead Yet’ in Japan after our Summersonic 2018 performances,” begins Tuck.

“We’ve never done a video there before so we thought ‘Why not?!’ Visually, it’s stunning thanks to the amazing work by Japanese filmmakers Maxilla. We love this track and can’t wait for you all to see the new video.”

“Not Dead Yet” is featured on Bullet For My Valentine’s recently released record, Gravity. Though Gravity was released back in June, the band is already making plans to release a deluxe version of the record later this month.

Going by the same name as the original album, the deluxe version will include all 11 tracks from the June release as well as two new songs, “Breaking Out” and “Crawling.” In addition to that, the deluxe reissue will include a cover of Imagine Dragons’ “Radioactive,” a remixed version of “Letting You Go,” and piano versions of “Breathe Underwater,” “The Very Last Time,” and “Under Again.”

The digital deluxe version of Gravity is due out Oct. 26 through Search & Destroy/Spinefarm Records. Pre-orders are currently available here.

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