New Pop Evil Video Trilogy
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Pop Evil are wrapping up their video trilogy with ‘Behind Closed Doors,’ the third clip directed by Johan Carlen. Within the scope of the trilogy, the video is actually meant to be the first portion of a story that has been told in reverse, starting with ‘Trenches’ and ‘Deal With the Devil.’ All three songs appear on the band’s 2013 album ‘Onyx.’
In this video, the band is seen performing inside a small apartment, while next door a tormented woman takes out her aggressions while trashing her own living space. Viewers get to see the footage in both apartments as the camera peers in from outside windows and above.
The track, which deals with the agonies that come to light when no one else is looking, hits home with the chorus, “Behind closed doors / There’s never any light” as well as the passage, “The doors close so no one outside hears / But I know the sound of your worst fear.”
As mentioned, ‘Behind Close Doors’ follows the chart-topping singles ‘Trenches’ and ‘Deal With the Devil.’ Look for Pop Evil continuing their ‘Onyx’ album support this month on shows with Stone Sour and Stolen Babies. Dates can be seen here.