FLYLEAF: 'Again' Video Released

MTV.com reports that Belton, Texas-based quintet FLYLEAF has teamed up with director Meiert Avis (who has helmed clips for a diverse list of artists, including AVRIL LAVIGNE, U2, JACK'S MANNEQUIN, AUDIOSLAVE and BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN) to film a video for the band's new single, the bracing rocker "Again". The track comes off "Memento Mori", the follow-up to FLYLEAF's hit 2005 self-titled debut, which is scheduled for release on November 10 via A&M/Octone.

"The whole theme is that everything comes to an end," explained guitarist Sameer Bhattacharya, noting that their album title is a Latin phrase that loosely translates to "remember death." "But there's always hope and a bigger picture too."

The clip was shot entirely in front of a green screen, which allowed the band to perform the song while the mind-bending visuals were added later. "There are these images that start out as light and energy, and they slowly turn into these woodcuts — something real," Bhattacharya said.

Read more from MTV.com.

Watch the "Again" video below.

"Memento Mori" track listing:

01. Beautiful Bride
02. Again
03. Chasm
04. Missing
05. This Close
06. The Kind
07. In The Dark
08. Set Apart This Dream
09. Swept Away
10. Tiny Heart
11. Melting (interlude)
12. Treasure
13. Circle
14. Arise

Disc 2 (Deluxe Edition):

01. Break Your Knees
02. Enemy
03. Have We Lost
04. Who Am I

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