The music video focuses on the live performance scene of Chris Daughtry and his bandmates in an empty shiny place.
Daughtry have debuted a music video in support of their new lead single "Crawling Back to You". The band fronted by Chris Daughtry are rocking out loud in a shiny spacious place. Guitar-blaring and drum-smacking sound as well as Chris' screaming voice fill the empty building.
"We wanted it to be a performance video not necessarily based on any narrative or story," Chris said of the clip. The "American Idol" alum also gushed, "Whenever I do a video I have a hard time faking it. I always lose my voice at the end of a video shoot because I give it all every single take."
"Crawling Back to You" is the first single from the band's upcoming album "Break the Spell" which is due in the U.S. on November 21. The song was made available for fans' listening pleasure simultaneously with two other new songs "Renegade" and "Drown In You".
Since the three songs were released in such short gaps, there was some confusion among fans, but it's quickly cleared up. " 'Drown In You' is NOT in the game ["Batman: Arkham City"], NOT in a movie, it IS on the soundtrack for game," Chris tweeted. "And 'RENEGADE' is ONLY at rock radio! Crawling Back To You is our primary single at radio."
DAUGHTRY's "Crawling Back to You" music video