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Of Monsters and Men visit one of Iceland’s most haunted hotels for their new ‘Alligator’ video

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Published: 10:29 am, July 03, 2019
Of Monsters and Men visit one of Iceland’s most haunted hotels for their new ‘Alligator’ video

Of Monsters and Men have shared a new video for ‘Alligator’.

The creepy new clip is for their latest track from third full-length album ‘Fever Dream’, due 26th July via Island Records.

“We had a lot of fun shooting the music video for our song ‘Alligator’,” the band explain. “It was two days of pure madness, battling the elements while shooting in Iceland and inside one of Iceland’s most haunted hotels. Hope you like our ‘Fever Dream’ as much as we do.”

Watch ‘Alligator’ below, and catch the band on tour throughout October.

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