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It looks like Kings of Leon’s video for their new single “Find Me” is the latest installment in a video saga for the rock and roll band.
The new video continues the narrative from “Waste A Moment,” the band’s lead single from 2016’s WALLS, with the same cast and setting in both videos. Unlike “Waste A Moment,” Kings of Leon do not appear in the new music video, aside from pictures showing some of the band’s more questionable haircuts.
“Find Me” gives some explanation for the story line in “Waste A Moment,” with a woman pulling telekinetic energy from electrical wires that allows her to make people collapse and go into a comatose state. Or, they’re dead. We’re not really sure. What we do know is that something is amiss and people, including KOL, are being reported as missing. The video combines the paranormal, a small town mystery, and some great 80s fashion.
Kings of Leon’s seventh studio album WALLS, which stands for ‘We Are Like Love Songs,’ is the band’s first number one album on the Billboard chart—a spot it debuted at in October. The band will set out on tour in support of the album in January 2017, including a Toronto date on January 16.
While promoting the new album in the UK, Kings of Leon stopped by the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge and gave fans one of the best covers of 2016, slowing down Selena Gomez’s poppy hit single “Hands To Myself.”
Watch Kings of Leon’s new video for “Find Me” below.