<h5>Muse "JFK" + "Defector" Video Credits</h5>
Directed by Tom Kirk
Produced by Banoffee Sky
Editing and VFX by Rowan Glenn
Directed by - Tom Kirk & Mike Isted
Produced by - Banoffee Sky
Editing and VFX by Mike Isted
Additional VFX by Leo Weston
Band performance filmed by Liam Iandoli and Daniel Salter</blockquote>
Today, Muse fans have gotten another taste of what will be on the new album, Drones, that will be released on June 8th. Above, you can watch the lyric video for "JFK" + "Defector," the 7th and 8th tracks from the upcoming release.
The video opens with an audio excerpt from President John F. Kennedy's speech before the American Newspaper Publishers Association at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City on April 27, 1961.
Muse prove once again that they can deliver a heavy rock sound with political overtones. Stop and go distorted guitar riffs pair with hard hitting drums and Chris Wolstenholme's rumbling bass to give "Defector" an attitude of defiance. The clip goes on to show the band broadcasting through a television, rocking the song while grainy images of protests, political, and religious leaders are flashed behind them.
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Source: Muse YouTube