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|Entertainment - Music|
|Tuesday, 23 November 2010 15:00|
Yesterday, the band My Chemical Romance completed the reins to his new album, Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, which can you acquire both digital and physical. Only a few days earlier, the group led by Gerard Way was releasing a video for the second single from it (the successor of "Na Na Na ..." ), entitled "SING", which was directed by him and PR Brown.
The clip is a sequel to the previous video, so here we see the same elements for which the band has been obsessed with the first part of the number of deliveries that seeks to promote his album: the continuation of an argument that does not slightest attempt to explain himself (with members of the band as their characters) and an aesthetic that taps back into science fiction, but this time opts for a more futuristic side, secret laboratories, laser weapons , and all things geek you can imagine.
The song exudes through the large changes in sound and maturity that both want to show the group. Gerard Way has continued to be the same star glam rocker from his dark debut in the last decade, but we have the interpretation of a band together that increasingly resembles the new-rave about the good times of the Klaxons. The outcome of the trial of listening always depend on the listener, but it is undeniable that My Chemical Romance has done a thorough job with their new material is at least noticeable.
My Chemical Romance continues with the fever sci-fi "SING" written in Cuchara Sonica November 23, 2010 by Joaquin Saavedra