Coheed and Cambria Get Personal in 'Colors' Video: Premiere

Brandi Schulz
Coheed & Cambria

Coheed and Cambria couldn’t let 2016 end without giving one last gift from the deluxe edition of its eighth studio album, The Color Before The Sun: Deconstructed. Thus, the progressive rockers have teamed up with Billboard to bring you the premiere of their music video, “Colors.”

"Colors brings us to the end of our album cycle, a tribute to all the fans that made it a successful one," frontman Claudio Sanchez says in a statement.

The deluxe edition was released Aug. 19 through 300 Entertainment and was followed by the band's highly anticipated fall tour with Saves the Day.

The original 10-track record was Coheed’s first non-concept album, marking the band’s departure from their sci-fi storyline The Amory Wars. In contrast, the deluxe edition is a sprawling 30 songs, featuring live performances and acoustic demos.

Much like the deluxe edition offers never-before-heard demos, the footage in Coheed's new video offers a look at the group behind the scenes: warming up for shows, goofing around backstage and an exuberant live performance.

“Colors” exudes an alternative rock vibe, beginning with the bass drum simply keeping time with Sanchez’s almost whisper-like vocals, gradually growing until bursting into the chorus.

Watch Coheed and Cambria’s video for “Colors” below.