Join Money on an Existential Trip to a London Pub: 'I'll Be the Night' Video Premiere

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Soul-searching Manchester rock trio Money will release its sophomore album Suicide Songs Jan. 29 on Bella Union. The title is heavy, the music follows suit, and their latest music video is a reflection of that. 

The music video for “I’ll Be the Night” is frontman Jamie Lee’s world-weary inner monologue come to life. It follows him from his book-cluttered London residence to a local pub, where you’re invited to greet the locals through his own eyes. The camera blurs just so as the night wears on. Lee assures it’s not a love song, but he certainly pledges solidarity with the denizens around him.

Check out the Liam Healy-produced video below, premiering exclusively via Billboard. 

Can you smell the decades of mopped up beer? 

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“I'll Be the Night” appears as the seventh track on Money’s forthcoming album. Produced by Charlie Andrew, it finds the trio (Lee, Charlie Cocksedge and Billy Byron) grappling with their lives and trying to find some poetry in the chaotic world around them.