August 5, 2009 14:25

Watch Modest Mouse's Heath Ledger directed 'King Rat' clip now – video

Plus Washington band also announce new EP release

Watch Modest Mouse's Heath Ledger directed 'King Rat' clip now – video
Modest Mouse's video for 'King Rat', which was directed by the actor Heath Ledger before his death in 2008, has been premiered online.

Watch the video on NME.COM by scrolling down now.

The band have also announced the release of a new digital EP, 'No One's First, And You're Next', comprising of tracks previously only available on vinyl, including 'King Rat'.

The 'No One's First, And You're Next' tracklisting is:

'Satellite Skin'
'Guilty Cocker Spaniels'
'Autumn Beds'
'The Whale Song'
'Perpetual Motion Machine'
'History Sticks To Your Feet'
'King Rat'
'I've Got It All (Most)'

Watch the Heath Ledger-directed video for 'King Rat' below:

Modest Mouse - King Rat (International Version)

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