Video Premiere: SHINEDOWN's 'Monsters'

June 11, 2019

SHINEDOWN has unveiled the music video for explosive new single "Monsters", exploring the ever-present demons and self-sabotaging inner voices that we all battle, and serving as the next visual installment in the story of the "Attention Attention" album. Frontman Brent Smith shares: "The Opus continues... The next chapter to 'Attention Attention' has arrived... Introducing 'Monsters'." The clip, directed by Bill Yukich (BEYONCÉ, MARILYN MANSON, WIZ KHALIFA),can be seen below.

Quickly soaring toward the top of the Active Rock chart, "Monsters" climbs to No. 2 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs chart this week and has already amassed nearly 15 million streams and counting.

The video for "Monsters" arrives as crossover hit anthem "Get Up" surpasses 40 million streams following the release of the "Get Up" EP featuring the original, acoustic and piano versions of the song.

SHINEDOWN is gearing up for the summer leg of its 2019 "Attention Attention" world tour, which will pick up in The Woodlands, Texas on June 21 with support from BADFLOWER, DINOSAUR PILE-UP and BROKEN HANDS. SHINEDOWN has been selling out arenas and receiving rave reviews during its tour, backed by its biggest, most eye-popping production yet. The band will also headline Inkcarceration Festival on July 12 in Mansfield, Ohio, and Riff Fest on July 13 in Detroit, Michigan.

SHINEDOWN's tour will continue this fall, produced by Frank Productions, beginning September 17 through October 19 with PAPA ROACH, ASKING ALEXANDRIA and SAVAGE AFTER MIDNIGHT supporting on select dates.

Photo credit: Sanjay Parikh

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