Incubus' Music Video for Single 'Black Heart Inertia'
A music video supporting "Black Heart Inertia", a song performed by Incubus, has come out. The newly-debuted video gives fans a look at the band's singer Brandon Boyd being surrounded by several beautiful women.
"Black Heart Inertia" is a brand new song to be featured in Incubus' upcoming two-disc greatest hits album "Monuments and Melodies". The track is produced by Brendan O'Brien and recently peaked at number 9 on Billboard Modern Rocks Track chart.
In addition to listing "Black Heart Inertia", Incubus' compilation effort will also include a cover version of Prince's 1984 track "Let's Go Crazy" and the band's hit singles, such as "Drive", "Wish You Were Here" and "Pardon Me". It is slated to be outed across America on June 26.
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