Highly Suspect have released the music video for "Little One," the second single from their Grammy-nominated sophomore LP, The Boy Who Died

Highly Suspect have released the music video for "Little One," the second single from their Grammy-nominated sophomore LP, The Boy Who Died Wolf

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The rock band known as Highly Suspect have released the official music video for “Little One,” the second single from their Grammy-nominated sophomore album, The Boy Who Died Wolf. The premiere of the new video last week acted as the precursor to the New York band also announcing additional 2017 tour dates on Monday.

The video was co-directed by DJay Brawner, who has worked on music videos for various artists including the Foo Fighters, The Used and Ed Sheeran, and the band’s singer/guitarist Johnny Stevens.

“‘Little One' is about love slipping through the cracks. It's the feeling you have when you know you just lost your lover, you're right hand, your best friend,” Stevens said about the new video in a statement. “Our videos try to capture emotion. Standing in an empty room pretending to play instruments is something you'll never see us do. I grew up watching real music videos. Stories. ‘Thriller' comes to mind. You already know we're a band. Why do you need to see a guitar? As artists, we need to continue making art in all aspects.”

The band has been touring relentlessly so far this year in support of the new album, and their added tour dates will now be keeping the band out on the road until the middle of August.

Tickets for select shows on their spring and summer tour can be found by clicking here.