Welsh rock band Kids In Glass Houses have premiered the long-awaited music video for their unashamedly poppy yet underlyingly dark new single 'Drive'.
The video's release was delayed after the first London shoot was canned, forcing a re-make in Cardiff.
Speaking to Music-News.com, lead singer Aled Phillips described 'Drive's original treatment as "the worst video I've ever seen, we trusted this director and he didn't deliver what we asked of him and it just looked crap". However, he was quick to state that the "repair job" is "really well shot".
You can watch the "repair job" - the new and improved monochrome video for 'Drive' - below. As promised by the band, it delivers big on 'Blue Steel' (and there's some 'Magnum' thrown in too).
Kids In Glass Houses' new album 'Peace' is available to pre-order now.