Watch David Byrne’s heart-warming new video for ‘Everybody’s Coming To My House’

It's taken from 'American Utopia', which is Byrne's first solo album for over 14 years

David Byrne has shared the official video for his track ‘Everybody’s Coming to My House’ – check out the heart-warming new clip below.

The former Talking Heads musician released his first solo album for over 14 years last week with ‘American Utopia’, which ‘Everybody’s Coming to My House’ features on.

Byrne has now shared the official visuals for that track, with the video the result of a collaboration between the artist and the Detroit School of Arts. Radio and TV Department students from the school had a hand in the filming of the video, while the clip also stars the Vocal Jazz Ensemble singing ‘Everybody’s Coming to My House’.


Speaking about the video, Byrne said: “When I saw what the DSA students did with my song, it completely changed the way I thought of the song. In face, it changed the meaning of the song — I realised it was about inclusion, welcoming and not being alone.”

See David Byrne’s video for ‘Everybody’s Coming to My House’ below.

Last week, Byrne performed the track on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

During the rendition of the song, Byrne was joined by a variety of musicians and dancers who were barefoot and all dressed in matching grey suits – before Colbert himself then joined in.


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