David Lynch to direct Nine Inch Nails' 'Came Back Haunted' video

Trent Reznor tweeted a picture of him and the cult movie director

Photo: PA
David Lynch is set to join forces with Nine Inch Nails in order to direct the video for their song 'Came Back Haunted'.

The band's frontman Trent Reznor tweeted a picture of himself and the legendary film director earlier today (June 18) and Pitchfork reports that the pair are once again working together after collaborating on Lynch's 1997 film Lost Highway. Reznor tweeted:

'Came Back Haunted' comes from the band's new album 'Hesitation Marks', which is set for a September 3 release – scroll down to hear the track. Nine Inch Nails play this summer's Reading and Leeds Festivals.

Meanwhile David Lynch recently announced details of his own second album 'The Big Dream'. The album is the Twin Peaks director's follow-up to his 2011 debut, 'Crazy Clown Time'. It features a cover of Bob Dylan's 'The Ballad Of Hollis Brown' and also includes a collaboration with Lykke Li called 'I'm Waiting Here'. Lynch praised the Swedish singer in a press release announcing the album, saying: "She brought her own style to this song, which has a doo-wop sort of thing going on, but in a way it's far-removed from the '50s." 'The Big Dream' will be released on July 15 on Sunday Best Recordings.

Share This

Connect With Us
This Week's Magazine