My Chemical Romance's "Sing," off of the group's upcoming album, Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, is a hopeful, heartfelt, living, breathing anthem. But when the curtain rises on the "Sing" video, we find a situation that doesn't feel too hopeful at all. Especially if you're a Killjoy.
After narrowly escaping Better Living Industries' evil hit man Korse in their "Na Na Na" video, the Killjoys return to the company's Battery City headquarters, and the stage is set for the theater of war.
As "Sing"'s chorus builds and swells, so does the video's fight scene. And while the Killjoys may be fabulous and they may have heart, they're severely outnumbered, completely underarmed and wholly unprepared to do battle against an axis of evil of this magnitude.
"Sing," My Chemical Romance's most dramatic and cinematic video to date, is a somber, ominous affair and one that doesn't end well for the band on this most dangerous of days. But we've got a feeling Killjoys never die.
+ Watch My Chemical Romance's "Sing" video, directed by Gerard Way and P.R. Brown.
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