News: Bullet For My Valentine Unveil Brand New Single And Video

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UK hard rock legends Bullet For My Valentine have released a new single and video for track Don’t Need You.

The track is just the beginning of a new chapter in their extensive career and is the first song released since signing to Search and Destroy / Spinefarm Records. The band have been through many changes in their lifetime, including the loss of original bassist Jay James and most recently the short hiatus of drummer Moose. However, Bullet are not one to back down from adversity and are again showing the world why they should pay close attention to the band.

The video for Don’t Need You depicts a wedding scene that seems to be one of love, but the video cuts to images of infidelity from both the newlyweds. The video is also shot in an old run down church, not the typical venue for a ‘perfect’ wedding. The track itself is heavy and full of the classic Bullet vocals from years gone by, possibly influenced by their debut album The Poison. The riffs are heavy, perfect for headbanging and will definitely fit straight into a solid BFMV setlist.

You can watch the video for Don’t Need You HERE

Stream the track on Spotify HERE

The track can be purchased from iTunes HERE

The band are also embarking on a UK Tour, starting with a sold-out show in Newport on 24th November. BFMV are also playing their debut album The Poison in full at a few select dates on the tour.

Playing The Poison in Full *

24 Centre, Newport SOLD OUT

25 O2 Academy, Bournemouth *

27 O2 Academy, Newcastle

28 O2 Academy, Sheffield *

30 O2 Academy, Glasgow

01 Inverness, Ironworks *

03 Academy, Manchester SOLD OUT

04 Academy, Manchester * SOLD OUT

06 O2 Academy, Birmingham SOLD OUT

07 O2 Academy, Birmingham *

09 O2 Academy, Brixton, London SOLD OUT

10 O2 Academy, Brixton, London *

Support comes from Killswitch Engage and Cane Hill on all dates.

Standard, VIP and Meet and Greet Tickets are available HERE

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