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Rival Sons premiere 'Until The Sun Comes' video

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Rival Sons have revealed the video to their new single 'Until The Sun Comes', which you can see now by scrolling down the page.

The single, which is taken from 2012 album 'Head Down', and the video is directed by Simon Gesrel who is known for his work with Michel Gondry. Speaking about the video, singer Jay Buchanan said: "I really dig this video; it's a completely new direction for us. Filming videos can be very awkward for me but this time I got to ride a dirtbike out in the desert where I'm most comfortable, it just felt so natural for the song. We're all pretty good on a bike so we just took turns doing tricks and trying to outdo each other. We ended up with some sweet footage. Nice."

'Head Down' is Rival Sons third album and follows previous releases 'Pressure & Time' and 'Below The Fire'. The band recently toured the UK playing shows in London, Manchester, Wolverhampton, Glasgow, Newcastle, Sheffield, Nottingham, Bristol and Brighton.

Speaking about rock music in an interview with Huffington Post earlier this year, the band said: Unfortunately, rock & roll has become so convoluted these days ... there's plenty of good bands out there ... just not a lot of what we would classify as rock & roll. if the question is what is a 'technical definition' of rock & roll ? I'd say its the melting of blues, soul, and country, first off. And it's gotta have a little boogie, or make you wanna dance or pump your fist ... and most importantly, it's gotta be dangerous."

Scroll down the page to see the 'Until The Sun' comes video.


Video: Rival Sons - 'Until the Sun Comes'

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