Giant video walls! Packed arenas! Lasers! They're all part of Muse's new video for "Resistance," the title track off the Brit-rockers' hit 2009 album. Watch it below.
Culled from footage of the band's 2009 arena tour, the clip features singer-guitarist Matt Bellamy, drummer Dominic Howard, and bassist Chris Wolstenholme playing a gig while perched atop gigantic rectangular pillars, the sides of which are fully swathed in LED-screens. It's an eye-popping way to make three rather immobile dudes look completely awe-inspiring. We're guessing no one in Muse has issues with heights!
Directed by music video maven Wayne Isham -- whose glammy '80s clips for Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, and Bon Jovi set the standard for rock concert videos -- "Resistance" offers a glimpse of Muse's epic live show, which is currently touring through Australia and the Far East. The band's arena tour begins a 23-date North American run on Feb. 27 in Duluth, Georgia, just outside of Atlanta.
Check out the video below, and to check out footage of Muse being photographed for SPIN's Sept. 2009 cover, click here!
WATCH: Muse, "Resistance"