This summer, British rock band Muse will release its seventh full-length studio effort. Drones will be released in the U.S. via Warner Brothers Records. In anticipation of Drones’ upcoming release, the band debuted the lyric video this week for the album’s lead single ‘Psycho.’
‘Psycho’ will be familiar for those that are familiar with the band’s previous releases as it boasts a sound similar to some of its earlier works. Lyrically, it comes across as a social statement of sorts condemning the practices of the world’s militaries. It stars a drill sergeant that looks quite similar to famed former WWE wrestler Sgt. Slaughter. His harsh drill sergeant approach is set against footage of the band perfoming in front of the song’s lyrics and of a fgure with a sea mine for a head holding a child, thus making even stronger the argument for its lyrical content. Audiences can check out the video now online via YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UqLRqzTp6Rk.
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