Life is tough on Falling in Reverse frontman Ronnie Radke as he finds himself in the middle of two warring groups of school girls in the band's latest video for 'Bad Girls Club.'

In all seriousness, Radke and his band are having a blast in the Zach Merck-directed video, with shots of the group's members flanked by the lovely young ladies and a few green screen shots of them performing amidst a Godzilla-like landscape.

As for the song itself, it's bound to be a fan favorite. Radke sings about continually being strung along by love and falling victim to the "bad girls club," but there's also a great call out to the ladies in the crowd which will surely generate some great live moments.

Falling in Reverse are currently in the midst of their acoustic "An Evening With Falling in Reverse" dates. The remaining stops include a sold-out gig tonight (Nov. 5) in New York at the Gramercy Theatre and shows at Philadelphia's Underground Arts (Nov. 6), Worcester's The Palladium Upstairs (Nov. 8), Detroit's Shelter (Nov. 9) and Chicago's Bottom Lounge (Nov. 10).

After some time off for the holidays, the band will resume touring as part of the "Bury the Hatchet" tour with Escape the Fate beginning Jan. 15 in Los Angeles. Dates for that run can be seen by clicking the button below.