Lord Huron have recently dropped their mysterious music video for their new single “Not Dead Yet.” The video is now available to watch via Youtube below;
The music video sets an eerie scene and shows the band performing with ghosts of musicians from the past on an old television. Scenes the flip between the ghost performance from the past in black and white, and the band performing now in colour.
Lord Huron dropped the music video alongside their second episode of their four-part series “Alive From Whispering Pines.” In the first episode was aired back in January and fans were introduced to WBUB host Mr. Tubbs Tarbell – who is figure in the bands musical universe that was created in order to give fans clues on what’s to come.
Episodes also see shows from the band where they perform fan favourites as well as some new material. The third part of “Alive From Whispering Pines” will be available to watch on the 18th of March, and concluding on the 18th of April. Tickets can be found via their website. For a sneak preview on what this series entails, you can take a look at the performance of their song “Meet Me In the Woods” below;
“Not Dead Yet” is Lord Huron’s first single since 2018, and come after the special release of their massive single “The Night We Met” which saw Phoebe Bridgers as a feature. 2018 was a huge year for the group as the dropped their third album “Vide Noir.” The album found a place in the Top 5 of Billboard Top 200. Now, we finally get to see a glimpse of new material three years later. “Not Dead Yet” is now available to stream on all major streaming platforms.
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