Video Premiere: DEEP PURPLE's 'All I Got Is You'

Video Premiere: DEEP PURPLE's 'All I Got Is You'

Exactly one month prior to the release of DEEP PURPLE's new studio album, "InFinite", the rock legends have premiered the official music video for their upcoming single "All I Got Is You". The video includes images from the 97-minute movie documentary "From Here To InFinite", and gives an in-depth insight into the band's songwriting and recording process, for the first time allowing cameras in the studio. The movie is part of the limited CD+DVD edition of the album.

"All I Got Is You" captures the purest PURPLE classic sound in four and a half minutes while staying well away from the temptation to be nostalgic or to "play themselves." It is going to be released this Friday, March 10 as limited-edition CD digipak, limited 12-inch maxi vinyl and digital.

CD digipak track listing:

01. All I Got Is You (album version)
02. Simple Folk (a solo guitar improvisation by Steve Morse)
03. Above And Beyond (previously unreleased instrumental version)
04. Time For Bedlam (first take from the album recording)
05. Highway Star (previously unreleased live version)

12-inch vinyl track listing:

Side A:

01. All I Got Is You (album version)
02. Simple Folk (a solo guitar improvisation by Steve Morse)
03. Above And Beyond (previously unreleased instrumental version)

Side B:

01. Time For Bedlam (first take from the album recording)
02. Highway Star (previously unreleased live version)

"InFinite" will be released on April 7 via earMUSIC. The disc was tracked in February 2016 at a studio in Nashville, Tennessee and was once again helmed by Bob Ezrin, who has previously worked with KISS, PINK FLOYD, PETER GABRIEL, ALICE COOPER and KANSAS, among others.

"InFinite" track listing:

01. Time For Bedlam
02. Hip Boots
03. All I've Got Is You
04. One Night In Vegas
05. Get Me Outta Here
06. The Surprising
07. Johnny's Band
08. On Top Of The World
09. Birds Of Prey
10. Roadhouse Blues

In a recent interview with Billboard, DEEP PURPLE bassist Roger Glover spoke about the band's upcoming tour, "The Long Goodbye", which starts May 13 in Europe and includes a late-summer North American leg with ALICE COOPER and EDGAR WINTER. Asked if the tour title is trying to tell fans something, Glover said: "Well, we're letting you make your own minds up. No one wants to stop. But we know that I'm 71 now, [singer Ian] Gillan is 71, we're all about late 60s, early 70s, and bodies have a way of not keeping up with your brain or your career. We're all sort of approaching that point where I can't imagine another eight years to do an album."

Glover continued: "The time is approaching when it will end, but we don't want to face that. We don't actually want to make a date or a final tour or anything. We just want to carry on as long as nature allows or is kind of dignified. If we can't do what we do anymore, then yes, it's time to stop. But we're still doing it, and we're still enjoying it very much. So all we're saying is the door is closing, but it's not closed yet."




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