Gemini Syndrome are back with a new video and it's one that's sure to grab your attention. The band has teamed up with Loudwire to bring you the exclusive premiere of their "Sorry Not Sorry" video.

"Our video for 'Sorry Not Sorry' tells the story about a husband and wife who have lost themselves in vanity and greed," states the band of the clip. As for the song itself, they explain, "The song 'Sorry Not Sorry' shines a light on the collective mental illness that our society seems to be infected with. Now more than ever, it's so easy to lose ourselves in a false virtual reality that glorifies materialism and self-seeking satisfaction. We've become ironic memes of ourselves, social zombies lost in our devices, where tangible human interaction has become unnecessary and burdensome. We're desensitized from only seeing others and ourselves through self-imposed filters. It's time to wake up from the spell and look ourselves, and each other, in the eye."

"Sorry Not Sorry" can be found on the band's sophomore set, Memento Mori, which was released by Another Century Records last August. You can pick up a copy of the album at Amazon or iTunes.

Meanwhile, Gemini Syndrome are currently out on tour. "We are extremely grateful to be a part of the 'Half God, Half Devil' Tour with our friends In This Moment, Motionless In White and Avatar," state the group. "It's an honor to be a part of this amazing package and share the stage with such great bands, and good friends, old and new. If there are still tickets available in your city, get them now. Shows have been selling out every night. The conversation continues." See a list of the remaining dates below and get ticketing info here.

Gemini Syndrome 2017 Tour Dates

4/21 - Baltimore, Md. - Rams Head Live
4/22 - Stroudsburg, Pa. - Sherman Theater
4/23 - Worcester, Mass. - Worcester Palladium
4/24 - Amityville, N.Y. - Amityville Music Hall†
4/25 - Pittsburgh, Pa. - Stage AE
4/26 - Detroit, Mich. - The Fillmore Detroit
4/28 - Atlanta, Ga. - The Masquerade
4/29 - Destin, Fla. - Club LA††
4/30 - Summerville, S.C. - 98 Rockfest†††
5/2 - Birmingham, Ala. - Iron City Bham
5/3 - Cincinnati, Ohio - Bogart's
5/4 - Akron, Ohio - The Empire Concert Club†
5/5 - Nashville, Tenn. - War Memorial Auditorium
5/7 - Fayetteville, Ark. - Georges Majestic†
5/9 - Fort Collins, Colo. - Hodi†
5/10 - Grand Junction, Colo. - Mesa Theatre†

†Headline Show
††w/ Avatar

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