Watch Japanese Rock Band Mrs. GREEN APPLE's New 'Inferno' Music Video

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Mrs. GREEN APPLE

J-pop rockers Mrs. GREEN APPLE shared the new music video for "Inferno," a song from their upcoming fourth studio album, Attitude.

The video is relatively simple as it features the five band members performing the song in an empty space permeated with smoke, mostly silhouetted against different colored lights shining from behind.

The track is the opener for the anime series Fire Force (En en no Shobotai) and was released digitally July 18 as the first of three songs to be released each month leading up to the album's release Oct. 2.

Reflecting the band's mainstream popularity, the 17-track set will feature many songs that have been used as tie-ins, including "Ao to Natsu" (theme of the movie AO-NATSU), "Boku no Koto" (a support song for the 97th All Japan High School Soccer Tournament), "Romanticism" (Shiseido Sea Breeze commercials), "How-to" (Air Asia commercials), and "lovin'" (theme of Fuji TV's Mezamashi TV).

Mrs. GREEN APPLE is currently traveling around Japan on The Room Tour, which kicked off in June and continues until the end of August. The band will also make an appearance at the 20th annual Rock In Japan Festival on Sunday (Aug. 11).

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