The Wallflowers have announced that the video for the band's new single, "Reboot The Mission" premiered TODAY on VICE.com's Noisey Music Channel. The first single off of the band's new album, Glad All Over, which hits stores October 2nd, is a Clash-inspired track featuring Mick Jones on vocals and guitar. The video was directed by Sam Jones and shot this month in the city where the band got their start- Los Angeles. "Reboot The Mission" features a lively group of street dancers from San Francisco (Turf Feinz) and several B Boys (Legacy, Energetic) andKrumpers (Miss Prissy, Ruin, Lil Bad Newz) from Los Angeles. The dance crews add an exciting and unexpected element to the video.
Watch the video for "Reboot The Mission" here:
The Wallflowers rose to fame with their 4x platinum album Bringing Down The Horse, which featured four top charting singles, "6th Avenue Heartache," "One Headlight," "The Difference,"and "Three Marlenas." The two-time Grammy Award winners went on to sell over 7 million records worldwide with a series of critically acclaimed albums before going on hiatus in 2007. During the group's break from recording, Dylan released two solo albums, which also garnered significant praise, 2008's Seeing Things and 2010's Women and Country.
The band recently completed an exclusive club tour of the U.S. giving fans a preview of their highly anticipated sixth studio album.
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