Miss May I Unleash Hard-Hitting ‘Deathless’ Video
Miss May I have released a video for their title track off their fifth album Deathless. Watch the video for the hard-hitting, head-banging track in the player above.
The Max Moore-directed clip features the band performing in an abandoned school, where three kids are held captive and chained to chairs by a strict teacher. The kids fantasize about escaping and take charge to exit the facility. In an interview with Billboard, frontman Levi Benton said, “The story for ‘Deathless’ was to show that you can dream of something greater than where you are and a peaceful place to reach for whether or not someone holds you back.”
Miss May I will release their fifth album, Deathless, on Aug. 7, via Rise Records. The album was produced by Joey Sturgis and Nick Sampson and was recorded at The Foundation Recording Studio in Connersville, Ind. The effort is available for pre-order at iTunes and in various bundles at this location. Check out the track listing here.
“We are very excited about this release,” says Miss May I vocalist Levi Benton. “This record is about how the last two years have tested us on many levels and how we have come through it all stronger and better. That’s where the title comes from, because we are DEATHLESS.”
Miss May I are currently out on the Vans Warped Tour. Check out their tour dates here.