Of Monsters and Men have had an impressive year including the release of their #1 Rock Album FEVER DREAM, #1 song “Alligator” and now they continue their success with the official music video for their current single “Wars.”

Check out the official music video for “Wars” here.

On the video for “Wars” the band noted: “The visuals for our album FEVER DREAM are inspired by other worldly, dreamy, horror-esc themes. For the “Wars” video we wanted to continually build on those themes while also keeping it carefree and fun. Making an animated video felt like the perfect way to go. We reunited with the amazing and creative duo WeWereMonkeys who we’ve collaborated in the past with on videos for “Little Talks” and “King and Lionheart.” “Wars” is about the “war” between your conscious and your subconscious and the video captures what it’s like to be pulled between those two worlds.”

Earlier this year “Alligator” secured the #1 spot at AAA and Top 5 At Alternative Radio and “Wars” continues to climb, currently sitting at Top 10 at AAA and Top 25 at Alternative Radio. In addition the group recently performed both songs “Alligator” and “Wars” on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Following its debut at #1 on the Rock Albums Chart, FEVER DREAM also continues to enchant fans live as the band just wrapped up the North American & European leg of The FEVER DREAM Tour and continue onto its recently announced Australian and Japan dates going well into 2020. Look out for more shows and festivals to be announced soon throughout North America and Europe. Check out the full itinerary and purchase tickets at: http://www.ofmonstersandmen.com.

12/10/2019              Seattle WA                                  Deck the Hall Ball
12/11/2019              Portland OR                                94.7’s December to Remember
12/28/2019              Lorne Australia                           Falls Festival
12/29/2019             Bream Creek Australia               Falls Festival
12/30/2019             Lorne VIC                                     Falls Festival
12/31/2019             Marion Bay TAS                          Falls Festival
1/1/2020                 Byron Bay NSW                           Falls Festival
1/2/2020                 Byron Bay NSW                           Falls Festival
1/4/2020                 Fremantle Australia                    Falls Festival
1/5/2020                 Fremantle Australia                    Falls Festival
1/7/2020                 Sydney NSW                                Enmore Theatre
1/10/2020               Melbourne VIC                            Festival Hall
1/12/2020               Bangkok Thailand                      Moonstar Studio
1/14/2020               Hong Kong China                       MacPherson Stadium
1/16/2020               Taipei Taiwan                              NTU Sports Centre
1/18/2020               Singapore                                     Fort Canning Park
1/20/2020               Tokyo Japan                                BLITZ
1/21/2020               Osaka Japan                                BIGCAT
5/1 – 5/3/2020       Atlanta GA                                   Shaky Knees
5/8 – 5/9/2020       Cincinnati OH                              Homecoming
6/19/2020                Scheeßel Germany                     Hurricane Festival
6/20/2020                Tuttlingen Germany                    Southside Festival
6/26/2020                Stockholm Sweden                     Lollapalooza Stockholm
6/28/2020                St Gallen Switzerland                 Open Air St. Gallen
7/3/2020                  Barcelona Spain                          Cruilla
7/7/2020                  Warsaw Poland                           Stodola
7/11/2020                Moscow Russia                           Ivestiya Hall
7/12/2020               St. Petersburg Russia                  Morze
7/15/2020               Vilnius Lithuania                          Botanical Gardens (outdoor)
7/17/2020               Joensuu Finland                           Ilosaarirock Festival
8/8/2020                 Buftea Romania                           Summer Well Festival

OF MONSTERS AND MEN went from the talk of Iceland to the top of the global conversation on their 2011 debut, My Head Is An Animal. Not only did the record go platinum, but it also produced an international smash in the form of “Little Talks.” The breakthrough single earned a quintuple-platinum certification from the RIAA, made history as “the first song by an Icelandic band to cross 1 billion streams on Spotify,” and landed the band a performance on Saturday Night Live. The group appeared on official soundtracks for franchises such as The Hunger Games, The Walking Dead, and Beat Bugs, to name a few. In addition to performing at festivals such as Coachella, Lollapalooza, Firefly, and beyond, they supported Florence + the Machine on a high-profile arena tour. In the midst of this rapid rise, 2015’s Beneath The Skin bowed in the Top 3 of the Billboard Top 200 and the band starred in an episode of HBO’s Game of Thrones in the same year.

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