Falling In Reverse present a haunting tale with their music video for the revamped version of "I'm Not A Vampire"
Where do I begin with this? Falling In Reverse have really outdone themselves with this video and song. Doing the revamped/reamagined versions of their old songs really brings a new depth to the band. They are going from the scene rebels they have been known as and showing their audience a side to them that is more refined and mature. The video for "I'm Not A Vampire (Revamped)" follows the story of a man or should I say a vampire that appears to be in love with a woman. You see his internal struggle when he is around her. The stereotypical vampire story, but a story we all love. The imagery in this video is truly beautiful and I was fully captured by this piece. Ronnie Radke portrays the vampire very well, you see his pain and I think that he managed to take his own personal struggles and place them within that character for the world to see. The song as I mentioned earlier is taking Falling In Reverse away from that bad boy image that they have held for so many years and turning them into something that can be enjoyed by so many. "I'm Not A Vampire (Revamped)" feels like it belongs on a movie soundtrack. I guess in a way the video is kind of it's own little movie. From the clean vocals to the almost demonic sounds that Ronnie Radke creates later in the song it is very much worth a listen. It definitely made me feel something.
You can watch the full video on Epitaph Records Youtube here: