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The Killers premiere new "My Own Soul's Warning" video

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The Killers‘ “My Own Soul’s Warning” is too big for just one video.

The “Mr. Brightside” rockers have premiered a second visual to accompany the song, a cut off their upcoming new album, Imploding the Mirage. While the first one served as a continuation of the story started in the video for “Caution,” the Imploding the Mirage lead single, the second one features frontman Brandon Flowers and drummer Ronnie Vannucci Jr. on a road trip together through endless cornfields and snowy forests.

You can watch the new “My Own Soul’s Warning” video streaming now on YouTube.

Imploding the Mirage, the follow-up to 2017’s Wonderful Wonderful, arrives this Friday, August 21.

In related Killers news, Flowers has opened up about the continued absence of bassist Mark Stoermer and guitarist Dave Keuning, who left their full-time positions in the band in 2016 and 2017, respectively.

In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Flowers says that neither member has officially quit the band, and while he’s not thrilled with the current set up, he doesn’t see himself making a big deal about it.

“I have sort of a little-brother complex because everyone in the band is five years older than me,” Flowers says. “If somebody was taking their stance and they were five years younger than me, would it be the same? I don’t know that it would be.”

“I want to leave room for them if they want to come back,” adds Vannucci. “And it’s looking like it’s headed that way, where they’ve had enough of a breather, and they feel refreshed.”

By Josh Johnson
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(Video contains uncensored profanity.)