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Slash ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators

Slash ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators have released a video for their track Boulevard Of Broken Hearts.

The song originally appeared on their 2018 album Living The Dream (opens in new tab), with the Dan Sturge-directed promo filmed at their sold-out show at London’s Eventim Apollo on February 20.

The video features film from the show, along with backstage shots and footage of fans going to the concert.

Check it out below.

Speaking previously about the follow-up to 2014’s World On Fire, Slash (opens in new tab) said: “It's a natural progression, for sure. I think it has a little more diversity – some of the ideas are not really what I would consider to be predictable.

“The record is also a bit more structured, with songs that are shorter and more to the point than last time." 

Slash ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators are currently on tour (opens in new tab), with their next show scheduled to take place at Mexico City’s Damnation festival on May 3.

Following further dates in South America, they’ll head across to Europe, before returning to North America for a run of summer performances. 

Slash ft Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators: Living The Dream (opens in new tab)

Slash ft Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators: Living The Dream (opens in new tab)
Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators return with their first album since 2014's World On Fire - featuring the tracks Driving Rain, Mind Your Manners and My Antidote.

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