Memphis May Fire Debuts Second ‘Somebody’ Video

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Dec. 2 — Memphis May Fire debuted a new video for its single, ‘Somebody’ Thursday.

The video is the second for the single so far. The band premiered the song’s first video Oct. 1. The two videos are largely the same, featuring the band performing the single in a set backdrop. The first video featured the band performing the song in front of a wall of monitors while this latest video features the band inside what looks like a vacant warehouse as it performs the song.

Front man Matty Mullins spoke briefly about the new video in a prepared statement, but did not directly identity the reasoning for the similarity in the videos’ presentations.

“The response to our latest single ‘Somebody’ has been unreal, so we decided to shoot a music video for it to tell the story even further,” said Mullins. “We teamed up with director Dustin Haney and we couldn’t be more stoked on how it turned out.”

Most recently, Memphis May Fire debuted the single, ‘Bleed Me Dry‘ and its companion video. Prior to their debut, the band debuted the video for another then new single, ‘Blood & Water.’

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