“Bulls In The Bronx”, the new video from the California-based progressive post-hardcore band PIERCE THE VEIL, can be seen below. The clip was directed by Drew Russ and was shot on location in Pasadena. The video finds the band performing their incendiary anthem live in a 100-year-old house as two young lovers meet in secret and are transported into a bull-fighting dream world only to have their rendezvous interrupted by an enraged father.
“I really wanted to have a story people could relate to, as well as have a fun supernatural element to fit the bridge of the song,” Russ recently told MTV.com. “To me, this is such a standout song, and when the bridge hits, it almost transports the listener to another place. I really wanted to represent that on camera.”
“Bulls In The Bronx” is the third video from PIERCE THE VEIL‘s third album, “Collide With The Sky”, which has sold 121,000 copies since its July 2012 release.
The video’s release comes on the heels of news that PIERCE THE VEIL‘s entire month-long “Spring Fever Tour” with co-headliner ALL TIME LOW plus MAYDAY PARADE and YOU ME AT SIX has completely sold out all dates, including the May 3 show at Sears Centre Arena in Chicago (7,000 capacity) and the concert in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Palladium (3,700 capacity), with combined tickets sold reaching over 87,000.