The Samuel Bayer-directed video for the newest 'Xscape' single also features behind-the-scenes footage from the late King of Pop's 'In the Closet' clip.
A new Michael Jackson music video has just been released. Created for the star's latest posthumous single "A Place With No Name", the clip was launched on Twitter on Wednesday night, August 13 and becomes the first music video to debut within a single tweet.
Samuel Bayer directed the visuals, which sees a couple performing some choreography in a desert and a beach. It also boasts behind-the-scenes footage from the video of the King of Pop's 1992 single "In the Closet".
"A Place With No Name" is Jackson's rework of 1972's folk/rock track called "A Horse With No Name". The singer recorded it with Dr. Freeze in 1998 and the final version of the song appears in his latest posthumous album "Xscape".
The album, which has also spawned lead single "Love Never Felt So Good" featuring Justin Timberlake, was released earlier this year. Despite some criticisms, the set peaked at No. 1 on Billboard 200.
Michael Jackson's "A Place With No Name" music video