Incubus Really Have ‘No Fun’ Playing Live in New Video
Incubus just released a new video for "No Fun," from their latest album, 8.
The video opens with a clump of old televisions stacked on top of one another, with each screen flickering on to show a different angle of an Incubus performance or tour clip. The frame shows into one of their most recent performances, shooting back and forth between frontman Brandon Boyd and the other members of the group.
This follows their video for "Loneliest" which features dancer Manaho Shimokawa moving to the song's twists and movements.
The group will kick off February with a pair of made-up residency shows at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas on Feb. 2 and 3. From there, it's off to Asia, New Zealand and Australia for shows in the early part of the year before they return stateside in mid-March. The band also has a pair of May festivals on the bill, signing on for Carolina Rebellion and Bottle Rock. See all of their stops here.
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