The video for the Kings of Leon's latest single "Pyro" leaves its viewer with a lot of unanswered questions: Why are the Kings of Leon performing in a seedy small town bar? What caused the brawl that plays out over the course of the clip in slow motion? Is the ending meant to be a dramatization of the rapture? Most important, why is there no fire in the music video for a song called "Pyro"?
Kings of Leon's Dramatic, Mysterious Video For 'Pyro'
Band avoid obvious imagery in clip for their latest single
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