Bullet for My Valentine have released a video for "Letting You Go," which is the latest single from their forthcoming LP, Gravity, scheduled to arrive June 29. The dark and moody clip, which can be viewed above, was directed by Stuart Birchall.

“'Letting You Go' was a very challenging song to write in so many ways," says frontman Matt Tuck of the song. "It's by far the most experimental track I've ever written musically and lyrically. I really wanted to make a track that stood out from the crowd and separated us from any other band in our genre, and that's exactly what ‘Letting You Go’ does.”

The black and white video is part performance piece and part loose storyline, opening with the quote, "In spite of the pain, we cling to the memory," which is is attributed to anonymous.

Gravity will be the the follow-up to the band's 2015 album Venom, which was its first since the departure of bassist Jason "Jay" James, who left in February of that year and was replaced by Jamie Mathias. The new record marks the studio debut for drummer Jason Bowld, who replaced Michael "Moose" Thomas in 2016. Pre-orders for the LP, along with special bundles, are available at this location. Those that pre-order the album will receive instant downloads of the singles "Piece of Me," "Over It" and "Letting You Go."

Tonight (June 4), BFMV will be performing in Utrecht, Netherlands as part of their current European run which includes slots on the Download Festival in Donington, U.K. and Poland's Impact Festival. The band returns to the States for a string of shows in September and October before heading back to Europe. The full list of dates can be found at here.

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