Coming over a year after the release of 2015’s Peace Is The Mission, Major Lazer have released a music video this week for “Night Riders.” The rowdy clip stars featured artist Travis $cott and holds true to the arson minded theme of the song.
The video for “Night Riders” is set against the seedy backdrop of urban decay, featuring a montage of street fights, strippers and a general inferno aesthetic. Travis $cott serves as the video’s star, as he sings the song’s lyrics surrounded by a sports car, dancing girls and a large blaze. The video features plenty of provocative imagery that is loosely stitched together into a narrative, and serves as a fitting visual tie in for “Night Riders.”
Major Lazer recently confirmed that they are currently working on new music, revealing that Justin Bieber would be featured on an upcoming track from the dancehall trio. Until that drops, though, check out the video for “Night Riders” above and let us know what you think.
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