New Kings of Leon Music Video Just Released

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The highly-anticipated new music video for Kings of Leon's new single "Radioactive" was released this morning.

It's a playful video in which the band and a joyous children's choir have a picnic next to a barn. As for the song itself, it's got gospel soul, and it's catchy as hell. I won't ruin the rest for you though.

Oh how I envy everyone in the UK for being able to get the upcoming album Come Around Sundown a day earlier than Americans. October 19 seems so far away now.

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