Watch Billy Idol's Western-Themed 'Save Me Now' Video: Exclusive

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Billy Idol in the music video for "Save Me Now."

Billy Idol's redemption anthem "Save Me Now" gets a fitting tribute with a new video from frequent Muse collaborator Thomas Kirk, featuring a priest, a cop, and (of course) Idol himself. You can watch the exclusive premiere of "Save Me Now" below.

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The California desert is the setting for this story. The archetypal characters head for a roadside confession in a stolen cop car, courtesy of Idol's longtime guitarist Steve Stevens. “I went for a concept which very much took the lyrics of ‘Save Me Now’ and turned them into a surreal story that I felt was as true to the very visual lyrics as possible," Kirk says of the video. "I loved the image of a bruised cop and a priest trapped inside a car.”

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The single, which was co-written by Idol, Twin Shadow, and Greg Kurstin, comes courtesy of Kings & Queens Of The Underground, the British rock legend's first studio album in almost a decade. He's currently on the last leg of his world tour to support the album (which was released last fall) with North American dates wrapping June 4, followed by a run of shows in Europe this summer. He's be back in the U.S. this fall, including stops at Outside Lands and Austin City Limits (full itinerary can be found here).

Watch Idol vindicate a priest (and get the girl) in the video below: