Linkin Park Go Neon For Until It's Gone Lyric Video
The Austin Saya-directed live-action clip follows a man and woman as they search for each other on the streets of a big empty metropolis. Although still decidedly heavy, the track is a far cry from "Guilty All The Same," the album's blisteringly guitar-heavy song.
In an interview with Mike Shinoda, the co-frontman told Radio.com the music and passion on this record are rooted in the band's earliest memories of their favorite punk rock bands, those bands who weren't afraid to try something different. "There's an energy, an aggression and a meaning, like this attitude that I've got something to say and I need to get this out," he said.
"Rock music, even the most popular bands, they're not really influencing the zeitgeist," Shinoda continued. "It's not moving the needle of pop culture. I don't want rock to be pop, I don't want rock to go out there like that. But I do want it to be exciting, and right now it's… moderately exciting." Check it out here.