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Bush Debut New Video For ‘Baby Come Home’


Bush have debuted a new video for their latest single ‘Baby Come Home.’ ‘Baby Come Home’ is the second song released from the band’s 2011 release ‘The Sea of Memories.’ The lavish love song now has an equally introspective video to accompany it, check it out below.

The video kicks off with a contemplative Rossdale traveling along in some vintage wheels before settling in with the rest of the band in an industrial looking space for a performance piece, intertwined with bits and pieces of the song’s story.

The female role in the video is reminiscent of ‘Black Swan,’ as a woman who resembles actress Natalie Portman paints her face with red lipstick before kicking off a ballet sequence where she’s dressed from head to toe in black, soaring through the song’s chorus.

Oh, then a few wolves cruise through the performance space, you know, just your average Bush concert. The video concludes with a party like atmosphere where Rossdale lets down his hair, literally, and balloons and snow invade the sky.

Bush will join Nickelback and Seether for a tour run kicking off at the beginning of April, check out all the dates here and read our song review of ‘Baby Come Home’ here.

Watch the Video for ‘Baby Come Home’ From Bush

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