The new music video from rock band Linkin Park for their single "Leave Out All the Rest" has just surfaced, just before its official premiere date today (June 2). The clip which was directed by the band's DJ Joe Hahn sees a very extraordinary and futuristic atmosphere.
It seems the concept of the video tells about galactic adventures as it involves spaceship as the background of the clip and the band as space explorers. Explaining about the clip, previously in an interview Joe said to the press, "We're explorers in space, just like when we go on tour. We're leaving our home life behind, and I guess it kind of ties into 'Leave Out All the Rest', in that we have to leave things behind in order to do something better."
The single itself is the fifth and confirmed to be the last single outed from their latest album "Minutes to Midnight". Explaining about the song, Linkin Park's lead vocalist Chester Bennington said, "We knew this was going to be a single from the very beginning, so we worked really hard on making sure it had great lyrics. I'm singing 'Pretending someone else can save me from myself' during it because it's supposed to feel like an apology letter, as though I'm moving on but I want people to remember the good things and not the bad things. A lot of the song is about humility."
The band themselves recently confirmed that they already started the work for the following to "Minutes to Midnight" but they won't be releasing it this year. "We're way ahead of the game. We're not planning on releasing a record this year. We don't know when it's going to come out. But we just started working on stuff in the studio," said Chester.
Linkin Park's "Leave Out All the Rest" Video Premiere: