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Asking Alexandria share lockdown video for new single House On Fire

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Asking Alexandria (Image credit: Sanjay Parikh)

Asking Alexandria have today released a video for their new single House On Fire.

It’s the opening song from their upcoming album Like A House On Fire which will launch this coming Friday (May 15) through Sumerian Records.

The video was filmed while the band members are in isolation due to the current lockdown, with House On Fire following the tracks They Don't Want What We WantThe Violence, Antisocialist and Down To Hell (opens in new tab).

Check out the video below.

Speaking about the album, guitarist Ben Bruce said: "We have been working our asses off for the last couple of years on creating this album. We are absolutely in love with what we have created. 

“There are songs about triumph, strength and resilience. There are songs about losing love, losing passion and losing faith. 

“There are songs about moving on to new things and song’s celebrating our journey. This album is filled with love and passion from the five original members of Asking Alexandria."

Asking Alexandria will head out on the road later this year, visiting Russia, the UK and Europe. Find further details below.

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Asking Alexandria: Like A House On Fire (opens in new tab)
Asking Alexandria will release their new studio album Like A House On Fire on Friday. The follow-up to their self-titled 2017 record will include the tracks The Violence, They Don't Want What We Want and Antisocialist.

Asking Alexandria: Like A House On Fire
1. House On Fire               
2. They Don't Want What We Want
3. Down To Hell
4. Antisocialist
5. I Don't Need You
6. All Due Respect
7. Take Some Time
8. One Turns To None
9. It's Not Me (It's You)
10. Here's To Starting Over
11. What's Gonna Be
12. Give You Up
13. In My Blood
14. The Violence
15. Lorazepam

Asking Alexandria: Like A House On Fire UK, European, Russian Tour
Oct 14: Moscow Adrenaline Stadium, Russia
Oct 15: St Petersburg A2, Russia
Oct 17: Kiev Stereoplaza, Ukraine
Oct 19: Glasgow Barrowlands, UK
Oct 20: Manchester Academy, UK
Oct 21: Birmingham O2 Academy, UK
Oct 23: London O2 Forum Kentish Town, UK
Oct 25: Cologne E-Werk, Germany
Oct 27: Amsterdam Melkweg, Netherlands
Oct 28: Hamburg Grosse Freiheit, Germany
Oct 30: Stockholm Fryshuset, Sweden
Oct 31: Oslo Vulkan Arena, Norway
Nov 02: Copenhagen Pumpehuset, Denmark
Nov 03: Berlin Huxleys, Germany
Nov 04: Warsaw Stodola, Poland
Nov 06: Prague Forum Karlin Club, Czech republic
Nov 07: Vienna Otttakringer Brauerei, Austria
Nov 08: Budapest Akvarium Klub, Hungary
Nov 10: Munich Tonhalle, Germany
Nov 11: Milan Magazzini Generali, Italy
Nov 13: Barcelona Apolo 1, Spain
Nov 14: Madrid LAB, Spain
Nov 17: Paris Machine De Moulin Rouge, France
Nov 18: Brussels AB Ballroom, Belgium

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