Black Heart Saints debuted the video for its cover of ‘Addicted To Love‘ last week.
The song is taken from the band’s EP Misery, which was released in September independently by the band. The song and video pay direct tribute to Robert Palmer, who first composed ‘Addicted to Love.’
The video finds the band in a music store looking for new equipment when front man Josh Ross has what he thinks in the end is a dream sequence. His “dream” features himself and his band members performing Palmer’s song very much in the vein of Palmer’s original video, complete with female dancers accompanying the group.
The video for ‘Addicted To Love’ is just the latest in what BHS’ fans have come to call the “Misery Quadrilogy.” The “Quadrilogy” also features videos for the songs ‘Crazy‘ and ‘Lines.’ The video for ‘Addicted to Love’ hints that the group’s fourth video will come soon.
Black Heart Saints recently wrapped its current tour in support of Misery. The band will head back out on the road next month, starting Dec. 8 in Round Rock, TX. That tour is scheduled to run through Jan. 25 in Austin, TX. More information on the band’s tour, videos and more is available online now at:
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