“‘Alone in a Room’ is one of our favourite songs we’ve ever written!” the band points out

May 29, 2018

Asking Alexandria are continuing the story-line of their previous Sin City-like video for ‘Into the Fire’ with a new clip for their latest song, ‘Alone in a Room’. Powerful and emotional, this song might as well be one of the strongest in the band’s recent discography.

While in ‘Into the Fire” video saw vocalist Danny Worsnop driving a car, taking out his bandmates one by one, this new black-and-white clip starts with all the musicians sitting in separate rooms of a building. Then Worsnop leaves his room to check upon his bandmates. The frontman then leaves the building and drives back into the ‘Into the Fire’ video. The ending red note reads, “to be continued”, which means we shall expect part three of the mysterious chain of visuals.

Check out the new music video ‘Alone in a Room’ below:

More: Danny Worsnop accuses Asking Alexandria’s ex-vocalist Denis Stoff of lip-syncing

“‘Alone in a Room’ is one of our favourite songs we’ve ever written!” the band says in the official statement. “We are so excited to finally be able to share with you, the long awaited prequel to ‘Into the Fire’! The story continues ladies and gentlemen, thank you all so much for helping our new album continue to grow into what we feel is our most exciting and daring record to date”.

‘Into the Fire’ and ‘Alone in a Room’ are both taken from Asking Alexandria’s self-titled album, released last year. Following their U.S. tour, the band are back to Europe for summer festivals. The first one in line is Rock Im Park festival in Nuremberg, Germany, paired with Rock am Ring on June 1-3.

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