Foreigner fans pumped to catch the band on their upcoming U.S. tour with the Dave Eggar Orchestra can get a taste of the action via a newly posted official live video of their 1978 hit “Double Vision.” The performance is the lead release from the “Hot Blooded” hitmaker's forthcoming live set Foreigner with the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, which drops in multiple formats on April 27 via Earmusic.
The multi-platinum sellers premiered the video on March 8 via Earmusic's official Youtube channel. The set features renditions of classic Foreigner greatest hits like “Juke Box Hero,” “Feels Like the First Time” and “I Want to Know What Love Is,” which have been rearranged to be performed with an orchestra by band co-founder and guitarist Mick Jones in collaboration with Eggar and composing partner Chuck Palmer.
The “Double Vision” video was filmed during Foreigner's concert with the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus on May 20 in Lucerne, Switzerland, at the Culture and Congress Center. The 4:55 minute clip intersperses black & white backstage sequences along with live footage of the performance. Check out the official live video above.
Foreigner with the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus is available in a variety of bundles and editions in digital, CD, DVD and 2-LP formats. Click here for more details or to preorder.
Foreigner's next U.S. live stop will take place March 8 in Greensburg, Pa., at Palace Theatre. The concert series “An Evening of Foreigner Performing with the Dave Eggar Orchestra” will launch on March 16 in Saint Augustine, Fla, at St. Augustine Amphitheatre and will wrap up April 4 in Duluth, Minn., at Decc's Symphony Hall. Grab your tickets right now at AXS.