ESCAPE THE FATE Releases Fun Blind-Date Video For 'Do You Love Me?'

ESCAPE THE FATE Releases Fun Blind-Date Video For 'Do You Love Me?'

ESCAPE THE FATE goes blind dating in its new video for "Do You Love Me?", taken from the band's recent album "I Am Human", which is out now via Eleven Seven.

It's jam-packed from the start with humor and tongue-in-cheek fun, as we witness the band in a spoof TV dating show. Presented by Robert as the eccentric host, four extravagant bachelors — rocker Ritchie Valentine, mathematics genius Walter Wayfeather, gym obsessive Bob Bailer and cowboy Cody Darkwood — all played by the band, are fighting to win the heart of love hopeful Destiny, who's also played by frontman Craig.

"We had a lot of fun shooting this one and we hope you laugh as much watching it as we did making it," says Craig. "Oh yeah — and bang your fuckin' head to the track and grab 'I Am Human' while you're at it."

The video comes just before ESCAPE THE FATE wraps up its European headline tour, celebrating the tenth anniversary of its breakthrough album "This War Is Ours". Performing the album in its entirety, they'll be playing the final show of the run at London's Electric Ballroom on February 20.

"This War Is Ours" was their debut record with vocalist Craig Mabbitt, and marked the beginning of a long-standing and remarkable journey for the band that's been loved across the world. The tour was a huge success in Australia in 2018, so the band was ecstatic to be able to bring the celebration to fans at 23 venues across Europe.

Last year, ESCAPE THE FATE released its sixth studio album, "I Am Human". Helmed by Grammy Award-nominated producer Howard Benson, the record sees an evolution of ESCAPE THE FATE's sound which brings the band back to the excitement of its roots.


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