Watch Memphis May Fire frontman Matty Mullins battle himself in ‘The Old Me’

Over a month after treating fans to the first single off their forthcoming new album, Memphis May Fire have returned with the tune’s music video. On Wednesday (Nov. 7), the Texas-founded band unleashed the dark and gritty clip for their track, “The Old Me.” The video, which exclusively premiere on Revolver, finds frontman Matty Mullins fighting with himself as he tries to find a way back to his old self.

“The ‘Me vs. Me’ concept of this video represents my inner battle with anxiety and depression,” explains Mullins. “[It’s] the two versions of myself that are constantly at war with each other.”

“[I’m] trying to remember what life was like before I lived with the symptoms. Ultimately hoping to one day become that person — ‘The Old Me’ again.”

Watch the three-minute, Caleb Mallery-directed clip above.

“The Old Me” is Memphis May Fire’s lead single off their upcoming new album, Broken. Broken, the act’s sixth studio album, is due out Nov. 16 through Rise Records. Pre-orders for the record are currently available on the band’s website. Broken is the follow-up to the band’s 2016 release, This Light I Hold.

In support of the upcoming album’s release, the act previously announced plans to embark on a fall time tour during the months of November and December. The four-piece will act as the direct supporting act for Atreyu during their upcoming North American run.

The trek will being this Friday, Nov. 9, at the Van Buren in Phoenix and conclude on Dec. 13 at the House of Blues in Anaheim. The full list of upcoming dates can be found here.

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